I've just bought one of the new Limit players and I'm learning that DVD-A needs six analog cables to connect it to my HK 4500 receiver........ Limit also suggest that because of the tuning that Cyrus have done to the player, I'd be better off using an analog feed for CD audio rather than PCM over digital. So, if I'm decoding DVD-A on the DVD player, and decoding CD audio on the player........ Why shouldn't I let the DVD player handle the audio decode for DD5.1 and DTS? It seems that many of us have been buying some redundancy into our systems with decoders at both the player and amplifier stages. If I'm going to have to buy 6 decent leads to give me true DVD-A, why shouldn't I use the same route for DVD-Video audio output. Especially if it has been touched by the magic wand of Cyrus.... I'm sure there is a logical explanation out there, but help, I'm getting confused.