The HDMI part of that is easy. It sounds great whether using LPCM or Bitstream output, presuming you are connected to a competent AVR.
Many folks may not know it, but there are actually some limits in the 93 and 95 as to what they can decode. The 93 and 95 have what's called a DTS-HD MA "Essentials" license. Those limits are removed in the 103 -- no more "Essentials". So for example, if you play a DTS-ES (i.e., 6.1) track, it will actually decode content into the Rears. And if you play the rather rare DTS-HD MA 5.1 192KHz format, it will decode into LPCM 5.1 192KHz. The 93 decodes that as 96KHz (although it will output the full 192KHz as a Bitstream).
I don't really have a good answer for you on Analog. It may not be obvious, but no one person can test everything on a player like this. PARTICULARLY on a player like this!
My focus for Analog testing on the 103 was that the Analog outputs were responding properly to the various configuration settings. I.e., I was trying to get it to fail. Since I was changing stuff around, I never really had an opportunity to do pure, critical listening via Analog.
So I can tell you that Analog sounded fine to me -- which is true -- but I can't put any credit on that as a true, critical evaluation the way I can with the HDMI output.
There are other Beta Testers who are more focussed on Analog quality, and perhaps some of them will make some comments. Do keep in mind that evaluations like this are inherently subjective, and people tend to be shy about posting that sort of stuff. I fully expect that OBJECTIVE, i.e., bench test, results will be published in the next couple months by the usual reviewers.