I cannot believe how impressive SACD is. I finally got the new Sony DVP-CX985V player last week & up to this point have cared less about SACD. First off to start I wasn't worried at all about even trying it out but I figured what the hell. I used some cheepy cables & tryed out the Bob Dylan cd that came with the unit. As Much as I hate Bob Dylan I was somewhat impressed with how it sounded. So I ended picking up Three Doors Down Away from the Sun. Since it was a hybrid I figured I wasn't out anything if I didn't like it, & I would always be able to play it in my regular cd player if so. Now this is where I started getting interested & decided to make up some good cables. It is still kinda weird sounding to me since I'm used to using an eq and having the mid & treble up some, but over all the sound is very smooth & pleasing. One of the first things I noticed with the Three Doors Down cd was the separation. It is absolutely awsom. I noticed much more detail in things like cymbal crashes,& guitar, & the vocals come through absolutely perfect. I set & listened for a while & just couldn't believe some of what I heard. So finally today I picked up the Roger Waters In the flesh cd, & can now say I am hooked. First off if you have an SACD player & you don't have this disk, you owe it to yourself to get it. This CD alone I think has sold me. It is one of the best sounding Pink Floyd CD's I think I have ever heard. I just set back in the easy chair & couldn't believe how awsom this disk sounded. I love live recordings & this one blowes away anything I have listened to yet. I think this mix is perfect, from the music on the disk, to the way it was produced. Anyway those are just my quick rambling thoughts. I went from sceptical, to what disk can I get next. I'm absolutely hooked now.