It doesn’t work. I have an M-Audio Delta Audiophile 2496 sound card and Diva Swan M200 studio monitors. The sound card supports 24bit/96Khz (which is the main reasons I bought it). The software, however, does not. The only software capable of playing the DVD-A layer (AUDIO_TS) of audio DVDs’ is InterVideo WinDVD 6 (the rest are only capable of playing the video layer where you won’t get above 24bits/48Khz). There is just one problem – due to licensing issues the only sound card it works with is the Creative Labs Audigy 2 ZS. For all other sound cards the software downsamples the signal to 16bit/48Khz, even if you card support 24/96. It still sounds slightly better than CD audio which upsets me because I am obviously missing out on a lot by not getting the 24/96 I deserve. I basically found the answers (the hard way) to some of my question I asked previously: Yes, PC DVD-ROMs can read DVD-A disks. No, you cannot get the full potential of DVD Audio on a PC at the moment. I am not willing to wait until InterVideo updates their software so can anyone suggest to me some good stand alone DVD-A player for about $100? Thanks.