I did a search on this but only came up with a few non-specific threads, so I thought I'd pose my question here directly. I'm thrilled (yup, that's the word for it) with the sound of DVD-A discs on my new 4700. The clarity on the DVD-A of Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" was so amazing that I nearly plotzed! So I was naturally thrilled when I came across an online retailer who had another old favorite of mine, "I Robot" from The Alan Parsons Project, in stock. Trouble is, I don't know for sure if DAD discs will play properly in DVD-A players like my 4700. I'm not too concerned if the stereo channels are delivered via the digital stream only (the manual says the digital stream can carry 24/96 audio -- it's only on the higher-end offerings that I'll need to change the signal output, if they're ever offered). I'm also not worried about the "lack" of 6-channel mixes, since they kind of pale in comparison to the 2-channel mixes (at least on the discs that I've purchased so far). Does anyone out there have the Classic DAD of "I Robot"? I'd appreciate knowing if it will work in a DVD-A player. My hands are positively twitching to hit that "send" button for my online order!