My Sony 360 finally gave up the ghost today. I can't even get the player to recognize a disc for calibration in the diagnostics menu. To Sony: A DVD player should last for at least 2000h of use. My unit only had about 420h of use between CD and DVD playback. I really miss that old 3000 I owned, but then sold. So I went to BB to get a new DVD player. I decided to go progressive scan since I will move to a DTV in another year or so. It was a dilemma though since every player I looked had one bug or another. The JVC has the subtitle problem with TPM and some rumored suseptible FW issues. I was considering going with the 7-disc changer, but I did not like the design of the changing mechanism. It seemed cheap and noisy. The Panny has the CCS flicker issue since its firmware does not allow the CCS to be turned off unlike other higher end players that do. The Toshiba has the chroma bug. I decided to go with the Panny RP56 at this point. If this player dies after 1.5 years of use. I may just say the hell with DVD. Panny had their problems also with the Ax10 line. I hope that they have their act together. I have learned my lesson never to buy lowgrade Sony again. If I ever buy Sony again it will only be the ES line.