I'm in the market for a Blue-ray player this holiday season. I'm not a huge gamer, but I thought for roughly the same cost, it may be nice to have a Blu-ray player that can play video games every now and then. I'm currently torn between the Samsung BD-P1400 and the PlayStation 3 but I'm wondering if the PS3 has any major disadvantages when it comes to watching movies. On the cnet review it does mention that: While the PS3 can decode Dolby TrueHD and pass along PCM output via HDMI, it cannot decode DTS-HD Master Audio and currently lacks bitstream output (for external AV receivers to handle the Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio decoding) which is available on newer standalone Blu-ray players like thePanasonic DMP-BD30 and Samsung BD-P1400. My Samsung HT-Q80 will act as my receiver with it's HDMI input and output. It looks like the PS3 will send the Dolby TrueHD signal via HDMI to my receiver, but I'll be missing out on the bitstream Dolby TrueHD output from the PS3. That seems somewhat contradictory to me. Could someone please make sense of that and any other features I may miss out on by going with the PS3? thanks!