Despite the reception, I'm still curious about the tech. With the original DSX, stereo sources had to be converted to multi-channel first (using PLII or Neo), at the very least to extract centre content out of the L/R channels so that DSX doesn't spread it wide and high.
But if DSX 2 is going to do all the converting itself, then it is going to have to provide surround and centre outputs, and it can't do the latter by adding early reflections (as original DSX did). Now that Audyssey has lifted that limitation, it will be interesting to see how they derive the 11 channels from 2-channel material.
OK, back to walking the floors at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.