In case you missed the new thread, the replacement for the BDP-93 has been announced and is shipping, the BDP-103. There is an owner's thread on AVSforum. While not yet formally announced, there is an anticipation thread going for the BDP-105, the successor to the BDP-95.
Also, I have been a little lukewarm about the DAC in the BDP-95. I was listening to it via the RCA outs as I didn't have an amp or headphone amp with XLR ins. I spent close to three weeks with the BDP-95 and the Schiit Mjolnir, and am still unable to explain how or why it sounds so much better than the BDP-95 did through the Schiit Lyr (via the RCA outs). I can't imagine that the design of the DAC in the BDP-95 was optimized in favor of the balanced outs, but that is how it sounds to me. Of course, there are other possibilities. The point is that I am impressed enough to consider buying the BDP-105 as it is going to be more versatile (you can input S/PDIF to the BDP-105's DAC from other sources), and think it is an even better fit in my living room.
The only downside that I can see is that it supports a new mode (forced by the MPAA and their buddies) that detects ripped Blu-rays and may refuse to play them.
Edited by MtnSloth - 10/10/12 at 9:04pm