I'm *mostly* excited about this news from Amazon, because I'm choosing to be glass-half-full and believing that they will: a) listen to their customer-base and the folks with genuine interest in high-bitrate HiRez audio, and begin to incorporate the kinds of things we want/need in order to get-and-stay in the boat with this. And/Or B) It'll drive more streaming services (Spotify, Apple, Google, etc) to join in and make more/better quality (lossless and 24-bit) options available. I'll echo what others have said. If I can't: 1) Get bit-perfect output via USB, from either my phone (Android; UAPP support or other) or laptop (Win10; WASAPI support from a stand-alone desktop app) 2) Integrate it with my current whole-home-audio solution Roon This specific option doesn't work well *for me*. But choose is a good thing. Having higher-bitrate better sounding audio available for more people is a good thing. I've already gotten texts from 2 friends wanting to talk to me about it and what they need to know/do in order to make this work for them... and that's a good thing!