I'm looking to buy an additional Blu-Ray player for my system. I've already got the PS3 set up with my Denon amp using DTS re-encode for movies in surround. An Arcam DV79 handles DVD duties (I prefer the picture quality over the PS3), as well as CD/DVD-Audio. The new player will be set up purely for 2-channel use to listen to Blu-Ray music discs and for SACDs. Whilst I realise that a budget of £100 or so is going to have its limitations, I've narrowed it down to either the Pioneer BDP-140 or Sony BDP-S380 as both have SACD support. I'll obviously keep my Arcam for DVD-Audio/Video and CD use and my PS3 for Blu-Ray/gaming. Of the two, which player offers the best audio quality - especially as I'd likely be looking to use the analogue outs, so that I can also record material down to MiniDisc for personal use. Decent DLNA support would be good - I read that the Sony has a similar inteface to the PS3, which for media browsing, I'm not over the moon on. If the Pioneer has no limitations - i.e. number of folders and a better interface, then I'd be interested to find out. Potentially, new player could mean that the Mac Mini used for msuci/video streaming may not be needed any longer. The Sony has a lot of information and reviws about online, but the Pioneer seems to be a bit of an unknown or dark horse. Any advice is much appreciated. Cheers.