We've yet to see a Sony hybrid. Now Universal is flooding the market with single-layer discs. Single-layer discs are giving the format a black eye. Consumer confusion abounds and retailers are damned with returns if they dare carry them. People take them home by accident, can't play them and back they go. The largest CD place in this town, besides Busted Buy of course, has minimized it's SACD stock. They decided to carry SACD's but one Sony SACD after another was retuned because people bought them by mistake. Now they stock the Stones and a few hybrids from Rounder & Zoe and maybe a few others...? Sony and Universal are putting retailers in a difficult position. Neither Sony or Universal's SACD are well-labeled for the most part. The new Police discs are evidently causing confusion because they're badly labeled and some are mislabeled. When Joe "unknowing" Blow picks up an audio disc and it sez something or other __ CD he thinks he can play it. All the other labels do rather well wth their simple, explicit front stickers. Then, they're all selling hybrids with a few rare exceptions. Sony and Universal are hurting the format's chances. That's rather ironic on Sony's part!