This is why I alluded to earlier, that it is really DTS's neck that is out on this (despite there potentially being multiple contributors to the problem), if any customer gets left w/o remediation. Leaving such an issue unaddressed simply encourages people to avoid DTS soundtracks and equipment, if they don't wish to bother with the risk any further. If Onkyo/Yamaha doesn't do anything, they will go on selling new/different receivers in the future w or w/o DTS, and there will still be people to buy them. If people give up on trying out DTS soundtracks (for fear of encountering a bitstream bomb) and buying DTS equipment (for fear of getting the "bad" model), that is a sure way to bang the final nails in their coffin, imo.
I need your sweet love, Rosetta Stone girl!