Hey guys, I'm upgrading my player set up which right now consists solely of a multi-region/multi-coded JVC XV-SA602SL which I intend to use strictly for a handfull of import titles (mainly R3 Korean discs and a couple of UK PAL-based animated tv series) and I want to purchase a semi-high end unit for the remainder of my dvd library. I'm considering anywhere in the budget of about $500-1300 give or take depending on the significance of performance/features. While I'm still in the early processes of my HT construction, when all is finnished, this is the setup I plan to equip... - Stewart Filmscreen Luxus Deluxe, 16x9 Firehawk Screen - Sharp XV-Z10000U DLP Front Projector - Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus SCM1 Speakers - Bowers & Wilkins ASW 850 - Lexicon MC-12 Processor I want to find a quality higher-end player that will complement all of my above investments and provide the best possible audio/video performance, but at the same time, I'd prefer to not blow my entire budget on a single unit when I still have many additions to consider with regard to my theatre setup. In other words, I would like to know exactly what's available in a mid to high price range along with the pros and cons of the hardware so that I can determine what would be worth my time and money. My main concern is on quality hi-def progressive scan performance and paramount audio playback. I'd prefer built-in DTS and Dolby decoding with all the component outputs, etc. I honestly don't know where to look? I've read positive reviews on the Pioneer DV-668AV-S and Denon DVD-3800 but would like to ask all of your advice as I value it much more than any others.. What players would you all suggest I look into and what would be best suited for me based on my above descriptions? Is there one company I should specifically lean towards in terms of quality and value (Pioneer, Panasonic, Denon, etc.)? Please post suggestions, your help is really appreciated!!!