There is no (convenient) way of daisy chaining the changers together. If you get the more expensive ES version, it has an RS-232 port on it and with some (apparently incredibly expensive) software you can use your computer to compile a list of all your media and access the right player and disk. For me, I'm just going to use it for blurays. So far I have about 150 blurays, so it will be a few years before I fill this one. When I do fill it I will re-evaluate my options. By then ripping and storing the disks may be more appealing then it is now, or they may have made a new player that can be daisy-chained or I will divide my collection either alphabetically or by movie type or TV vs movies...
The Sony unit works quite well and is so easy to load up compared to ripping. I also like the on-screen display, though the idiot who decided that I would want to know what collector's set my movie came from rather than the individual title should be fired. That is my only gripe with the machine.
As for home theater news, I think I can officially call the project done. The calibration is complete, the remote system is working flawlessly and the last bill has been paid
. My builder has entered the basement in the local yearly builders' awards, so they sent a professional photographer over. I'll have to see if I can get copies of the pictures.
With the calibration there were a few firmware updates to the Anthem, that seems to have solves my audio dropping issue.
I guess there will always be more to do. I am going to relocate the CO2 tank for the kegorator from under the stairs to under the bar sink, so that it is more easily accessible. I'm also waiting for my poker table to arrive. Then the place will be complete (until I find something else that I must have...)