DJ - it is true that DVD Audio/SACD rock releases have dried up to a trickle, but there's still the occasional gem being released. Check out the new Barenaked Ladies DVD-A release of their last two albums - it's excellent if you have any liking for that band at all. The CD Universe website has specific listings for DVD-A and SACD, so check that out to get a better view of what's still available, though you won't find any of the Dual Disc DVD-A releases in that category. If you get adventurous, check out the AIX Records website, as they specialize in DVD-A. I particularly recommend "Rumor Mill" by the Carl Verheyen Band (former Supertramp guitarist). AIX's presentation is second to none, as you get numerous extras, usually at least two different 5-channel mixes, and other goodies. You can also pick up the last year's 5.1 remixing of the entire Talking Heads catalog, either by buying the entire package, known as the "Brick", or by buying the individual dual disc releases. "Speaking in Tongues" is the best of the lot in my opinion. As for DTS, dont overlook such fine recent releases as Alan Parsons "A Valid Path" and BT's "This Binary Universe", musical tone poems coupled with some very interesting video. If you're a fan of electronica/trance music you would especially enjoy it. Oh yeah the entire Genesis back catalog will be released in 5.1 surround this year - either in SACD or DTS, not sure which will show up on these shores. The Doors "Perception" DVD-A box set was also released late last year, and I understand individual discs will be released sometime this year. As for sound quality, I think DTS often sounds every bit as good as the other two formats, so to me I don't get particular about that. Welcome to surround!