I have been wondering about audio-DVDs for a while now, so here are some questions: - So audio-DVD (or is it DVD-audio?) is supposed to be better quality right? Could I hear the difference especially being a musician? Or would that depend largely on my equipment (or not so much)? - Do these DVDs contain a different mix of music, like technically different such as in 5.1? Or is it still always in stereo and could I use a normal setup? Maybe both?... - Are the DVDs convenient to use? Because I think I've seen you'd have to use a menu, thus have to use any kind of display. Or could I do like I do now with my CDs, just using them in a DVD-player without a screen? Or does that again depend on how they created it? - And together with that, I also wonder how fast they work since I've noticed DVDs take longer to load that DVDs, at least the movies. Or, yet again, does that rely on my DVD-player? (And note I'm generally talking about the bigger (standalone?) DVD-players.) - How much is this media supported, is it growing bigger maybe even to replace the CD? Or is it not so much in use and perhaps even dying? And also technically, or is it really simple that it will be able to work even on the Blu-Ray-players of the future? If you could all please answer these question, that would be great. Because I found some DVDs of my favorite artists and I'm really into quality. Anyone else is welcome to add random questions too of course. And I'm sorry if this kind of thread is not the meaning of this forum. Greetings - Damage Inc.