I just received my SVS pb10 subwoofer, and am looking to show it off. My local store had two items that I bought, but I'm hoping to return one, as I'm not a huge Tchaikovsky fan: A) Tchaikovksy Doublmaster (2 dc) set (c) 2002 Vox Music Group ($5) With: Piano Concerto No 1 in B Minor (Prague Symphony Orch, Richard Kapp) Romeo & Juliet, 1812 Overture (Utah Symphony Orch, Maurice Abravanel) Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty (Vienna Sympony Orch, Eduard de Remoortel) Nutcracker (Vienna Symphony Orch, Jonel Perlea) B) Telarc Tchaikovsky 1812 (DVD-Audio) [Complete with loud cannon level warning on cover!] - Erich Kunzel & Cinciannati Pops Orchestra, Kiev Symphony Chorus, Children's Chair of Greater Cincinnati ($22) Obviously, I'd like to know if the Telarc DVD-A version is four times better than the Vox version, especially for showing of the sound system? BTW, I supposed that even these pieces can't hurt my PB-10 with my little-ol 75w/per Onkyo SR502, right? Thanks, folks!