Here's a tricky one (for me, anyway). Radio 3 is available via four principal routes (and perhaps AM as well): 1) FM. The granddaddy of them all. But as I understand matters it's dynamic-range-compressed (DRC) for in-car listening. 2) Streaming over the 'net. But by definition it's been through some-codec-or-other and is thus bit-rate-compressed (BRC). No idea if it's DRC as well. 3) Satellite (which is de facto BRC, although there's bandwidth aplenty). But is it DRC as well? 4) DAB. I've heard no good about it, and sooner or later it will go the DRC route as more people use it in their cars, IMHO. Anyone know a way though this maze? I'm about to set up a system in a quiet area, and in a room with very thick walls indeed. Dynamic range matters to me ... but so does inherent quality. Any help (or hard facts!) greatly welcomed, 'coz I don't want to go out and spend quite a lot of money to "do things right", and then have to splash out again. TIA, Pete.