Was able to pick up on close-out (Yes- close-out, I thought this player had only been out for a few months, now) a Yamaha DVD-CX1 for $899. I thought it was cool that my receipt rang up "flagship" DVD player. I have never owned a "flagship" product, so to speak, so that was cool. I had not heard a lot about this player, so I would not have bought it had the price not been so attractive. (The original list was $1,299, I believe.) But it is fairly loaded as far as I am concerned Sage/Faroudja de-interlacer DVD-audio Burr-Brown DAC's 5 disc changer 12 bit video DAC no Chroma Bug Another thing I like about it is its heft. When I picked the box up to leave the store I could not believe I was carrying a DVD player! It weighs 23 pounds, with most of that weight biased towards the power supply. When I asked the salesman if this was a clone like the 1200 (RP-91) sitting next to it, he told me that the CX1 was all original Yamaha technology. I cannot verify this, but I do wonder if this is a clone of the Kenwood Sovereign 5700 with similar specs. Anyone have any inside info? The unit after just a few hours of testing does have exceptional video quality, and has to my ears excellent DVD-audio quality, especially when compared to my only reference point- my old JVC player. Redbook CD was good, but I still felt sounded better using the DAC's in my Rotel RSP-1066. Its also very smooth, especially for a changer. Not clunky at all. Just some random, scattered thoughts on this unit. I wish there was more info out there on it- reviews, etc. Let me know about your experience with this player. Cheers Andrew B.