Not that I'm anybody to say anything, but I would say stay the course with the current format. Let's not muck about with Blu-Ray. I'm not even a Chicago fan per se, but I bought this and love it. Great sound. Plays in my car perfectly. However, I would say if the format were to change to Blu-Ray, you'd lose a customer. I'm NOT going to upgrade my car to a Blu-Ray player anytime soon, nor will I upgrade my home sound system anytime soon. Not because I resist the format, but because I simply could not afford it.
Stay the course, almost everybody can play the discs the way it stands. I'll get off my soapbox now.
Secondly, I'm also curious about "Close to the Edge". From all the info I've found it was abandoned due to missing multitracks for some songs.
Lastly, how has the Chicago title been selling?? My thoughts on this would be to make the first few releases popular albums that you know would sell. How about the first Eagles album? Desperado? Out on the Border? One of these Nights? Sweet Baby James would also be a great choice. Aren't the Guess Who also currently under the Sony/BMG umbrella? How about Elvis??? I'm bursting with excitement over this!
All in all, I'm very impressed with this. I've been telling everybody I can to try and open up and embrace multichannel. I had a crowd around my car today at work at breaktime to show off Quadio