I recommend doing that - not as a fanboy but as someone interested in the engineering used within everyones daps/dacs etc. By this i mean that there is an ongoing debate between those who argue that standard CD redbook quality audio is sufficient to supply all the audio information that the brain needs, and those who advocate spending a lot more money to download HiRes files. The discussions of Rob Watts highlight that maybe whilst the mathematical model that says that 44.1/16 music files contain all the necessary data, unfortunately the use of present off the shelf ASICs prevents music lovers gaining all the musical benefit. I suspect that the use of FPGA technology provides the step change that brings better music fidelity first to audiophiles, and then to the masses. Too many vitrolic arguments appear on forums everywhere, about the value of standard 44.1/16 files or HiRes alternaatives. In reality these people should be aware that there is a difference between the mathematical model describing music data transfer, and the physical implementation in ASICs or FPGA or whatever, resistor based DACs etc. They should be less debating the global need for HiRes, than debating the best physical implementations.