I'm thinking of buying the Denon 3805 as a replacement for my four year old Yamaha RXV-596, and I'm expecting a significant improvement sound-wise (stereo) I'm also thinking of getting a new dvd-player to replace my Sony DVP-NS700V. The Sony has SACD and had pretty good sound when it came three years or so back, but I'm afraid that its time is running out and it's time for a change. In adition to better sound I want Progressive Scan and DVD-Audio on my new player, although the sound quality is the most important issue, and then particularly in stereo. The problem is, that after buying the 3805, I will only have £140-220 left for a new player, and that's where the challenge is. Is it possible to get a decent dvd-player (with DVD-A, SACD etc) for this amount of money, which can deliver good sound to the 3805 in stereo? I see the new Pioneer 575 has got some great reviews, but is this player (or any other in this price range) really able to match the Denon when it comes to stereo? I'm also considering 2nd hand. Would this be the best solution, buying an older heavy-weighter (like the Denon 2800) 2nd hand? To make it simple: What gives the best sound quality, todays 575's (and its companions) or the oldtimers like the Donon 2800? By the way, I have a Tannoy Mx surround set (Mx3, Mx2, Mcenter, MSub) if that matters. Any comments on this would be greatly appreciated!