... brain fried... need... help! Been researching for a good couple weeks now and would officially like to ask for advice. My Panny A310 is on its way out. Everyone seemed to have problems with it, but mine has worked great since I got it 3 years ago (but now it's being bad). Current setup is 5.1 with a Kenwood VR-2090 and Infinity RS speakers and a BU-2 woofer, displayed on a Tosh 50H81. So I need a new (sweet) DVD Player to tie me over until HD-DVD/blue lasers. It was a battle between the Denon 3800 and the Panny RP-91, but now it seems the RP-82 wants some of the action too. Oh and I'm looking at those SVS Subs and I can't stop drooling. Here's my problem. I have about $1000-$1200 to spend. My choices are: 1) Denon 3800 2) RP-91 + SVS 20-39 PCi 3) RP-82 + SVS 20-39 PCi Thoughts on the best thing to do? I mainly do movies, so PQ is essential. Music isn't that important, though I still occasionally listen. DVD-A not important now, esp. since my Receiver can't handle it, but my next upgrade will probably be the receiver, so having the capability is a plus. What I like about the Denon: buffer for seamless layer changes, build quality, PQ, and SQ. No Chroma bug via firmware update. Dislike: recent reports of freezing, price What I like about the RP-91: proven track record (people love their RP-91). Dislike: layer change long? Build quality? Getting old. What I like about RP-82: just came out, great chip, great MP3 playback. Dislike: hear layer changes are slow, not too many reviews yet. As for the SVS, I guess I really don't need a new sub since the BU-2 works fine. It's just a bit boomy and I want a completely different experience and all reviews I've read rave about the SVS. Thoughts? More pro/cons for the DVD players? Thanks much.