I've just entered the world of SACD via an SCD-C555ES and I'm naturally keen to start amassing some discs for it, but I'm a bit unsure of which discs to get. It's 2-channel music that interests me most, so I'm concerned that SACD producers are skimping on 2-channel quality in order to make room for their multichannel material. "Folded-in" is, I believe, the catchphrase being used for such compression. So, which discs are known to have compressed 2-channel tracks? Here are some of the ones I have my eye on -- please tell me it's okay to go ahead and order them. Come on in This House - Junior Wells Brahms & Stravinsky: Violin Concertos - Hilary Hahn; Neville Marriner Handel: The Coronation of King George II - Robert King - The King's Consort Mendelssohn String Quintets - Robert Mann & Mendelssohn String Quartet Sweeter Than The Day - Wayne Horvitz Mozart: String Quintets - Yuri Gandelsman and the Fine Arts Quartet Cheap Thrills - Janis Joplin Kind of Blue - Miles Davis Time Out - Dave Brubeck Tapestry - Carol King In a Silent Way - Miles Davis At Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash Please don't hesitate to recommend anything I haven't mentioned or warn me of anything that you know sounds substandard.