Have any of you tried doing surround sound tests from YouTube? I know that Netflix now supports DD (Dolby Digital.... all 6 titles ), but did any of you try testing your setup with YouTube? I'm assuming that YouTube needs to actually encode the audio in DD format, but I've been watching some surround sound test videos and it seems to be working. The only thing I've noticed, is that my receiver isn't recognizing the audio as DD. Usually when a DD source is played my receiver's light turns blue and it displays the DD symbol. As I play these vids, the audio is distributed to the designed speakers appropriately. Although they're not as clear as a true DD source (but very very close). Does anybody know if YouTube will indeed start to decode their vids in DD? specially since more and more devices are streaming YouTube content in home theater systems.