Now I have got an AV receiver, Yam RX-V640 I am starting to look at upgrading various components. I currently have a Bush TXA 2028 DVD player, and to be honest I have never had any problems with it picture wise, or with DTS soundtracks, but then I have never directly compared it either. Anyway, CD playback through the Yam set to "stereo" mode is very poor and I was considering buying a separate CD player, nothing too expensive, maybe something like a Marantz CD5400 and then maybe upgrading the DVd player to something like a Pioneer 575, or maybe something a little cheaper. Thing is this would cost me around the 200 plus mark, but as I was reading through some old posts I came across some info on the Limit DVD800SE and DVDA900SE. As they are both Cyrus tuned and highly reagrded for audio quality I thought they could be a good deal and possibly right for me,a s well as being the cheaper option. The DVD800SE is currently available from play for 80 quid (sorry pound sign isn't working!!) and the DVDA900SE for 100. As I don't really have any major picture issues with my Bush and I'm sure that the Limit would be better anyway I would surely get a decent upgrade on both sound & video fronts? Question is are there any others I should consider to suit me, or maybe still go separate CD and DVD route? Also on the two Limit's would it be worth me spending the extra on the DVDA900SE, I use a 28" LG widescreen which doesn't have component inputs, only RGB scart or S-Vid so I wouldn't use the progressive scan facility (unless I were to upgrade my screen later down the line) and I have no DVD-A discs, but maybe I would be inclined to buy them in the future - who knows? Bearing that in mind the DVD800SE seems to suit my needs, but is the DVDA900SE better as far as picture or audio are concerned, or is it identical apart from prog scan and DVD-A compatibility? Are the Play prices the cheapest at the mo for these players?