A summary, for those that might not have been reading posts as carefully for the last few days:
Yes (for the record, only cuz it's a title I bugged about in 2005), he's talking about the SD version of Moulin Rouge. As I (and rdgrimes a couple post up) have pointed out, there was a mastering error on this title that results in some sync issues with the DTS track. DD plays back fine.
A member suggested this may be an Oppo issue, and might be worth voting against EAP untiil it is fixed. I suggested that this was not the title to hinge on the BD-83, as no player I've owned (Panny, Oppo, PS3) has done right with that title.
That being said, given the reports of DTS-CD speed-up issues, the problem may in fact be MORE severe (ie., there may be a breakdown in all DTS encoding with regards to clock sync), which would mean that the issue is in fact more widespread than any issues with the Moulin disc. In other words, any other DTS SD discs may exhibit severe sync issues that cannot be resolved through normal methods.
I await the BD version of Moulin Rouge and it's a heck of an audio tour, and an extremely fun, ambitious and rediculous film that'll look downright fantastic in High Def if treated well. That said, I do hope that the DTS issues are indicative of a small bug in the FW, and will be resolved shortly.
Another DTS mastering problem disc that comes to mind is the Peter Gabriel Singles collection, where the audio on DTS is mismastered using dialog norm. that cuts 35db or something rediculous from the signal, meaning you have to CRANK the disc to get it to play in the higher resolution format (DTS track is 96/24 lossy, IIRC). That might be another fun disc for people to test, judging the volume levels between sending to your AVR via toslink versus analogue output from the Oppo.