After two years of service, my Panasonic RP91 finally died. Since this is its second failure (had a $150 fix about a year ago), it is time to replace rather than repair it. Apart from this reliability issue, I have been pleased with the performance of the RP91 and liked being able to scale nonanamorphic DVDs. I thought the sound quality was very good, as well. My concern, though, is that this is two year old technology. Isn't there anything out there yet that bests this old Panasonic? Something chroma-bug free with great sound and impeccable deinterlacing? After reading Stacey Spears' newest DVD benchmarks at the Secrets website, I am considering either getting a new RP91 (less than $300) or moving over to the Denon 1600 or 3800 (his analysis excludes the 2900 for me). Does anyone have experience with these players? Will my picture/sound quality improve relative to the RP91 or will I simply break even? My display (and my eyes/ears!) can resolve small differences in quality! Multichannel audio (DVD-A or SACD) is not a factor for me at this time. Thanks for your help!