I'm supprised that they don't try to stick to a hybrid DVD and CD solution. E.g. one one side have CD compliant tracks for legacy CD players and the other side with DVD content containing music videos with DTS 96kHz 24-bit 5.1 audio. This way customers would to play them in the current CD players as usual, in their current DVD players for high fidelity surround sound and see the music videos and commentary. They probably have thought about this, but found a major problem: DVD's can already be copied. So they figure that the best technique would be introduce technology that appears supperior to DVD (but actually the DRM, encryption, etc.) and force consumers to get new players again to play these new discs. :c I cannot see anything wrong with the current DTS 5.1 surround sound audio.