Hi, I just spent the day listening to some oldish videos which I recorded a few years ago. Some off Satelite some off Terrestial IE: Rod Stewart unplugged, Phil Collins unplugged, Elton John Live concert with Ray "the mad percussionist"Cooper, recorded from the Disney channel. I wanted to try out DolbyPro11 to see what they were like all of them sound great, much better quality than some CD's I have. What sort of Bitrate would they be in comparison to cd's? I recorded Pink Floyd Live at Earls court a few years back on BBC1 I think it was, played it today and the sound is brilliant. The reason I am asking is I have noticed on a few forums recently people talking of upsampling, and 24/96 or 24/192, I know video tape is an inferior format but at the end of the day it must surely come down to the quality of the music (production, sound engineering) not bitrates etc... I have around 450 cd's including Classical, Rock, Country, Reggae, Easy listening. I would say that half of them are LOWER quality recordings than the videos I have listened to today. Some are so bad that I haven't played them for years. I even put the "Live-aid" concert on which was origionally recorded in July 1985 and it sounds better than many CD's I have so do bitrates really matter?