I just got a new receiver yesterday (HK AVR525, and I love it!) and just started testing it out last night. Actually I just set it up, didnt really get a chance to listen to it. Well, this morning I watched the pod race from Episode 1. Wow! I love the sound. Even with my surround setup the center rear helps a great deal. Okay, so I wanted to pop in a DTS 6.1 Discrete soundtrack so I can finally hear it in its full 6.1 glory. I pop in the DTS version of the Haunting and start the movie. Right away I see the the surround back lights arent lit up on the receiver and it says, " DTS+NEO:6". I knew what this was telling me. It meant that it was applying a matrixed rear center with the 5.1 soundtrack. But what the hell!?! Isnt this supposed to be the first DTS 6.1 Discrete soundtrack. It even says it on the case and disc. I dont think it is some bootleg or other version. I bought it at Best Buy, maybe that has something to do with it. To make sure it was just this disc I popped in Blade2. Went to the menu, selected DTS 6.1 and started the movie. When it started, it clicked from Dolby Digital EX (from the menu) to DTS 6.1 Discrete! I was really happy to find out that the receiver wasnt just fucking with me. Good. Now I dont know what to do with my DTS copy of the Haunting. I bought probably almost a full year ago, maybe longer, I dont remember. I dont still have the receipt. This sucks. Is everyone else listening to the Haunting in 6.1? Anyone have the movie with a HK AVR525? EDIT: Im looking at the back and hears what it says; "Plays in discrete 6.1 channels on DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 decoders. Fully compatible with DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, DTS-ES compatible, and DTS 5.1 decoders." Im pretty sure it says this on all DTSES 6.1 movies. Whats the deal?