Great. Now I'm worried about how my player-receiver setup will handle the Japanese TrueHD track.
My receiver is an older Yamaha, an RX-V661, but the manual says that, over HDMI at least, it can handle PCM at frequencies up to 192KHz and encoded up to 24 bits, across 7.1 channels. My player is a new Sony BDP-S550 which can output Dolby TrueHD to the Yamaha as PCM up to 7.1 channels, but I'm not sure it can handle the track conversion adequately. I'm confident that if it can, the receiver will output it correctly, so for me it's really the player that could be the weak link. I am using the HDMI connection, so that may help it (or not--I don't know how others here have their systems set up, so I can't tell if mine is at risk of failure too).
I'd love to be able to hear the Japanese track in all its glory. I'd settle for the regular Dolby 5.1 track, but from what I've read it's only accessible through the Japanese disc menu, and I can't read too much Japanese myself (although I can read, but not fully translate, some kana
Man, this is gonna be nerve-wracking for me until I actually get the disc and have a listen. The suspense is killing me already...