No. I am glad that Fox and Lionsgate have gone with DTS HD MA. I wish more studios would, and it would get the player manufacturers to get off their duffs and include it. Why is it the new recievers have no problems including decoders, but the players still haven't caught up? To me it is the player manufacturers holding things up, not DTS.
At this time my reciever only decodes the old streams, so I just use the DTS core, or dolby digital. When I upgrade my reciever I will be sure to get one that can decode the new lossless codecs. If the PS3 never decodes DTS HDMA I will be a little upset, but I will just buy a new player down the road when DTS HDMA is included for a reasonable price. For now I am happy with the fact that the movies that I am buying are more future proof, and I won't have to replace them when a better soundtrack comes out. The DTS lossy codec is good enough for me right now.