Picked this one up recently. It's the great jazz pianist Oscar Peterson performing with an orchestra and jazz band. Musically, it's pretty nice- some tracks are cool swinging bop with a little string accompaniment, and some are heavily orchestrated "classical" sounding. It is from Telarc, whose SACDs I have been enjoying immensely. In my opinion and that of many others, jazz and classical benefit the most from DSD. Therefore, I submit this title to serve as the best "show off" SACD. For one thing, I believe it is a pure DSD recording. The instrumentation includes lush strings, jazz bass, and of course, piano- all the stuff that audiophiles go ga-ga over. Anyway, I recommend this titles to everyone and I'm going to start using it to show off SACD and my stereo. Three cheers for Telarc! - Pure DSD recordings. - Reasonably priced (Analogue Productions, are you listening?) - Hybrids! (Sony, are you listening) My Telarc titles: Stereo: Oscar Peterson- Canadian Suite Oscar Peterson, Milt Jackson, Ray Brown- Very Tall Band Dukas- Symphony in C / Sorceror's Apprentice Lang Lang- various piano pieces Mussourgsky- Pictures at an Exhibition / Night at Bald Mountain Multi-channel: Orff- Carmina Burana Mahler- 5th Symphony Berlioz- Symphonie Fantastique I'm planning to get the orchestral Beatles disc, Dave Brubeck's 40th Anniversary (which I saw listed at $35 on Best Buy's web site. I e-mailed them about it, assuming it's a mistake, but they're not answering my question.), and a Debussy disc I saw at my local Best Buy.