I just ordered a factory refurbished Denon DVD 900, even though I am happy with my Toshiba SD4800. All this talk about the Faroudja chip and such a good deal ($100) on the DVD 900... I just couldn't resist !!! Does anyone have any thoughts on what I should do with the Toshiba player ? The Toshiba has one big feature over the DVD 900 in that it plays DVD-Audio discs, but to be honest, I really don't see myself getting into DVD-Audio. The video performance is more important to me. My options are: 1) Sell the Toshiba. I think I can get $100 for it being that it is only 3 months old and the top-of-the-line Toshiba player. 2) Keep it as a back-up in case the DVD 900 dies after the 90 day warranty period (actually I will get 180 days because my MC doubles any warranties up to 2 years total). 3) Keep it as a CD and DVD-Audio player. Is DVD-Audio really worth it ? I am not into most of this new music, and I don't think they can turn some of the classics like Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, etc. (at least in my book) into true surround sound format since this stuff was originally recorded in stereo. Am I right ?