I need to replace a VERY old Toshiba SD-3002 (so old it has no DTS supports!). I want a player that supports zooming for non-anamorphic disks. Sure my set can zoom, but what about subtitles? (I've got a number of HK disks, mostly Jackie Chan stuff.) Well, both the JVC SA600BK Panny RP-91 do that, and have DVD-Audio. (A nice bonus.) Both are well regarded here and elsewhere. The Panny seems to win in the de-interlacing video department, but is equaled by the JVC in the film department. So the decision is actually coming down to money. Is the Panny really worth $200 (using Crutchfield as a baseline) more? Nothing I've read seems to indict so. Honestly a $400 DVD player is more then I want to go. Is my judgment flawed? I welcome comments. Just please don't suggest the RP-82! It didn't scale and I don't have a time machine.