Okay, I know the degradation of sound quality can be debated regarding with regards to a player like the Pioneer 563A which converts DSD to PCM. Most agree there is some, but the audibility of it is the debating point. So here's my situation, and question: I have an RP91 which I'm happy with the DVD-A side of it. I want an SACD player. I don't think I ca afford to spend $600 on the upcoming Denon 2910. My receiver is an NAD T763 feeding MB Quart QLS-1030 mains. The T763 has only one set of 7.1 inputs. So do I buy a cheap Uni like the 563A to handle all my SACD/DVD-A? Or do I buy a dedicated SACD player (like the upcoming one from Sony for $200-$300) and use two A/V switchers from Radio Shack to switch between the RP91 and the SACD player? Which would introduce more signal degradation? Using a cheap Uni or getting a decent SACD but using the switcher from Rat Shack? I'd use as short a run of RCA cables as possible - the Rat Shack golds at less than 3' each. Thanks for the opinions!