Mark, Pioneer makes few straight CD players these days. Most of their effort is focused on DVD players. Outside of CD megachangers, the only choice you have is the PD-M426 six-disc magazine changer. Crutchfield has it for $180: http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...PDM426&o=m&a=0
I wouldn't get it simply because it's a magazine changer. They died out a long time ago, and I feel carousels are a bit more convenient. Also, the 'M426 has no digital outputs. All in all, I think you could do better than the 'M426. Also, I don't think Pioneer makes a magazine changer in its Elite line.
Other than the 'M426, Pioneer makes megachangers. You can get the PD-F908 101-disc player or the 'F1009 301-disc player. These players have limited features. For example, they don't have keyboard inputs for disc naming. There is also the Elite 'F27 301-disc player, but I'm not sure if it is still in production. I've seen the price drop at Tweeter, so I am thinking that it may be on the way out. The 'F27 is worth considering if it still available. However, there are a lot of players out there from other manufacturers, so don't limit yourself to Pioneer.
I have owned Pioneer CD changer for the past ten years. The first CD player I ever bought was a Pioneer magazine unit that saw heavy use for the first four years and was then relegated to Mom use when I went to college. That player lasted nine years before it crapped out.
I now have a Pioneer PD-F1039 megachanger that gets used 4-10 hours/day and it's still going strong after 1.5 years.
Obviously, I'm sold on the reliability of Pioneer CD changers ...