Currently I have a Mits 55413 CRT Set. This is last years set with a DVI/HDCP input(that is not being used right now). I'm also currently using my old Sony 530D Interlaced player. This has been a solid player. Moreso than a few of the Sub $200 players I've tried from other manufacturers so far. Given this poor luck I'm willing to spend more(upwards to $600) if need be to get a quality player that will take me until Blu Ray and them figure stuff out for certainty. What I'd like to have is the following: 1.)Sacd support - Not a deal breaker if I have to give that up If I get SACD, decent bm would be a plus(might be asking for too much here) 2.) A memory feature to remember wher I stopped the disc. Decent build quality. I know alot of players are cheapy now but a solidly built 5-6 lb player is fine. Upwards of that and I'm more happy 3.) Someway to zoom/scale 4x3 discs if I use 1080I mode. I'm not sure if I have aspect ratio control on my 1080I input. I know I can on my 480P one. Do I need to use the DVI or does it make any difference on my CRT HD Set? My current set doesn't upscale. It won't accept 720P though. What I really don't need/want: 1.)Region free support. I only buy region 1 discs anyway 2.)Multi disc support. No need for a 5/6 disc player. 1 is fine 3.) an offbrand dvd player. No Yamakawas or anything of the sort. Players I've ruled out: Pioneer 578 ALL Toshibas Samsung players Players I've considered: Yamaha Panasonic S97 New Upscaling HDMI Player from Sony 975V? Denon 2900(used) Denon 1710/1910 I haven't thought about the older players like the Rp82/xp30 or the Rp91 yet. Any ideas/thoughts?