I've (like many others no doubt) been comparing the differences of the forthcoming Denon players (1910, 2910, 3910). For me video quality is the priority, I'm not fussed about the DVD-A/SACD playback. The video DACs in both the 3910 and 2910 are the same (Dual, Discrete 12-bit, 216MHz Analog Devices Video DACs) but the cheaper 1910 doesn't have these. However, am I right in thinking, these higher grade video DACS only affect video output quality via Component connection and if I were to just use the DVI connection, they're not employed - making them redundant? I see the DCDi FLI chips are also different, but I believe from a little research, the FLI2301 (in the 1910) is analogue+digital capable whereas the dearer FLI2310 is purely digital (hence the use of external DACs), again making the different versions irrelevant - unless the quality of the scaler is different? So, in a nutshell, if connecting via DVI, the video quality should be exactly the same as either the 2910 and 3910 ??? neil.