Hey all, I'm extremely interested in upgrading my 3 and 1/2 year old DVD player in the near future. I'll be viewing on a standard def 4:3 Tv screen using composite video as my connection so progressive scan is not a big issue with me but I would like to try and get something which has as good a picture as possible with my components. The biggest thing I want is universal formats capability since I'm eager to begin trying the high rez formats. DTS is also a must with me since I have many DVDs that include DTS and it's a feature I use frequently.I don't believe I need the best sounding audiophile player because my listening is done off of a HTiB system but a decent sounding player would be good. Not a low quality but not a highest quality either. I'm also interested in having a changer, but I'm willing to sacrifice this feature if it means getting a better quality player. A changer would be nice though if possible. If possible I would like to have features such as zoom, and multi-angle but I believe those are fairly common features on most any player nowadays. The one big thing I want in this player is build quality and reliability. After searching for a bit now I don't think I have come across any newer player as nice in features and solidly built as my $200 3 and 1/2 year old Toshiba. It seems as though a lot of the newer players released in the past couple months are plagued with hardware and software issues. Considering my older player has worked reliably and flawlessly over the past few years I'd like the same preformance from my next player. My budget is $200-$400. Does a player exist out there in my price range with the features I want? Thanks.