I have a HK AVR430 Receiver connected to Mordaunt-Short Avant 906 Floorstanders (both front and surround) (plus a 905c and a 907W). I listen to my Stereo CDs on a Marantz CD5400 OSE player connected to the HK. I have been trying to fing my preferred Surround Algorithm to use with Stereo Music. Both PLII Music and Logic7 Music sound great, but on some recordings they can go awfully wrong. Two good examples are: 1.Dream Theater - Scenes from a Memory - in the beginning of the album there is a spoken part and only parts of words (mainly vowels) are sent to the rear spakers. This is very annoying (especially because in that part you're supposed to 'Close Your eyes and begin to relax...'). Both PLII and Logic7 have the same problem, but DTS Neo:6 works perfectly on this one. 2.Alan Parsons - I Robot - During the long fade-in in the beginning of the album, the volume in the rear speakers is constantly varying and sometimes the sound cuts completely for very short moments. Again, this happens for both PLII and Logic7, but not for Neo:6. Now I know these algorithms can sometimes give strange results, but the question is: what could be done in order to reduce or eliminate these unpleasant effects? In there any setting that could help? Any suggestion would be appreciated... Thanks!