I don't really care. It's certainly an on-paper benefit having a lossless soundtrack but a 1.5Mbit/s DD+ track is good enough for me, especially when you consider that DD tracks on 35mm in cinemas only run at 320-384kbit/s. I seem to remember reading a DTS claim a few years ago that a 1.5Mbit/s full bit-rate DTS soundtrack is indistinguishable from the original master. Dolby made a similar claim regarding a 640kbit/s DD track. I think many people would disagree with these claims today but nobody can really argue that full bit-rate DD/DTS provide anything but a stellar home cinema experience. Still, I'm all for progress and I can see why people would want lossless as standard and I'm certainly not opposed to the idea. Having said that, I would prefer TrueHD/DTS Master over PCM for the benefit of being able to downconvert to 5.1 on older surround systems without having to 'fake it' using Pro-Logic II.