I've seen some humdinger prices on SACD units lately, low enough to get me wondering. I've got a lot invested in higher echelon CD and DVD players, and a 777ES receiver, but haven't made the jump to SACD yet. So the question is, how important is the build quality to SACD performance? How important is error correction and jitter compared to the CD format? Obviously the DACs will have to be internal and I won't get to use my 777's. So how do to the DACs perform in 'budget' SACD players? If build quality is still important enough to make a difference, I'm willing to wait until I can afford a quality unit. But if the nature of the format renders build quality less important, or irrelevant for other than asthetic reasons, I may consider jumping on with a budget unit now.