I'm considering replacing my Yamaha CD changer (I don't know the model number - it's a nice unit, but not super high end) with a DVD changer. I want to add a DVD player, but I figure it would be much easier to have one component that can play CD's, CD-R's and DVD's. However, I have heard that the majority of the DVD changers out there take a long time when they switch from one disc to another, and that it takes a while for it to determine whether it's looking at a CD or a DVD. Is that still the case with the new DVD changers? I'd really prefer to have one box that does it all, but from what I've read, I might be better off getting a single disc DVD and keeping my CD changer. Also, how long will it be before they come out with an "affordable" DVD recorder? I've seen a couple out now that are in the $900 range, which means within a couple years, they'll be pretty commonplace. I'd hate to get a DVD player, and to then have to run out and get a DVD recorder in two years. The only DVD changer that I've seen that I liked was the Yamaha DVC6480. It's about $600. Any comments on that unit or a comparable Denon would be appreciated.