Sony yet again proves that they care about the diligent cineastes with further refining(pardonnez moi) the behemoth Blue-ray megachanger. However, filling this piece of finest technology might take some time as it eats 400 Blue-ray or other media discs with ease. The overhauled megachanger is introduced to enter the home theaters as a basic model, the BDP-CX960, and the fully equipped BDP-CX7000ES. Said flagship BDP-CX7000ES features all the obligatory basics such as TrueHD and DTS-HD audio encoding, Profile 2.0, and an Ethernet connection to automatically update the changers program. But the Sony proprietary picture enhancements, namely HD Reality and Super Bit Mapping offering a 14-bit equivalent color quality, built-in WiFi, 7.1 analog outputs, an RS-232 port, IR in- and outputs, and the the comfortable XMB interface that enables to ride through your arduously gathered collection with comfort, is what makes it a true flagship.