At Best Buy today (the only store I can find with SACDs and DVD-A/Vs) I wanted to finally get the "Gaucho" DVD with the 5.1 mixes. I've read that this album was done first of the Steely Dan 5.1 mixes and that it was redone in the last few years. So this begs my question as to which one is the recent remix with the surrounds being used better for instrument placement as opposed to only using the surrounds as ambience? The copyright for the 2004 version didn't list DD/DTS 5.1, but the 1998 one did. Is the most recent mix not available in DTS? I have yet to upgrade to a player that will decode the 24-bit 96/192 kHz hi-rez tracks, so I'm wondering if the most recent one is 5.1 on DVD-V? I'm confused now which one to buy. Also, it's very disappointing that the masters for two tracks on "Aja" are missing so that a 5.1 remix for that classic album is impossible. I watched the Classic Album series on DVD for "Aja" last night and noticed they didn't do any multi-track isolation on "Black Cow" and "Aja", so I'm assuming those are the missing tracks. Big bummer. They broke down all the tracks of the other songs (except "I Got the News"--maybe this one is missing). Somebody find those lost multitrack masters!!!!