Yeah it's working great now, only problem is it's really a hassle to have to scroll through the receiver's Option button to get to Signal Info, which shows the format again after changing inputs from TV, to PC to BD. It's only 3 button taps (Option, ^, Enter), and takes all of a few seconds, but doing it repeatedly gets annoying. Maybe I'm missing something but it seems there ought to be a way to get the receiver's display to revert to a screen that shows what you want it to after changing inputs, vs basic info you don't need.
On the BD player, I still can't understand why they'd put it in secondary audio mode at the factory. One of my friends said maybe it's because some people just use them with a TV instead of receiver and surround speakers. I argued as cheap as HT in a Box systems are anymore, most probably hook them up to some kind of HT system. Most all current systems are going to be DTS HD and TrueHD compatible too.
I guess it's my bad for not thoroughly checking both BD and Receiver settings though. I literally lost several months worth of HD audio in my movies because of it. Maybe they assume those just using a TV are the ones less likely to know how to change such settings, and those with HT systems would, so they lean toward the settings used for those with lesser gear and knowledge.