What should a person with $400-$500 do as far as new DVD-A or SACD players. For a little background, I currently have: Yamaha RX-V1200 receiver Cheap (analog outs only) cheap Sony cheap 5-disk CD-changer Toshiba SD-2200 interlaced DVD player Analog Sony Wega 32" TV Speakers = Paradigm mon 7, mini mons, cc-350 SVS 16-46CS I would like to get into high-res multi-channel audio, but I dont know what the right player for me is. I like the 5-disk changer, but would go back to single disk to get better quality. I was thinking about the Sony DVPNC650V DVD/CD/SACD changer or the Panasonic RP-91 (can you still get this player, I heard it was getting replaced?) Or, is something great just over the horizon? Perhaps a decent universal player in this price-range is coming??? My main concern is, I dont even have a digital TV and dont know when I'll be getting one, so I will not be utilizing the prog scan of the Panny. If I spend 4-$500 on a SACD or DVD-A player, I wont have be able to get anything like the ICBM to do bass management for either. My sub is placed near my mains, so maybe the 120Hz crossover of the Sony SACD players would be OK, but there is no bass managament at all on the RP-91. Should I avoid getting into hi-res multichannel audio at this point due to the possible changing standards? Of course my receiver does not have a digital input for SACD/DVD-A and I just got it, so even if a standard is developed soon, I would still be looking for a player with 5.1 analog outs. What questions should I be asking myself, or what would you'all do?