Hi Phil; I agree with the above posts in that with your equipment the SF UJB would probably make little or no difference in music character/quality. But they definitely do have their place, eg I use an SF UJB between a Sony CA9ES and Muse Model Two DAC. Besides jitter reduction the UJB also converts the (Stereophile dreaded) toslink output to the preferred and more robust coax, and the UJB + DAC make the CA9ES sound as good as my XA7ES. So, I think jitter reducers are really useful with inexpensive, toslink only cd players, but the better the transport or player, the less the benefit, ie my Sony XA7ES does not need the UJB (or DAC) to sound good, but I use it anyway. I also use a Theta TLC (a jitter reducer and format converter also) to good effect with my Pioneer CD Recorder which I then also route to the Muse DAC. There's more than one way to skin a cat. I know it's controversial, but I am not a supporter of expensive transports, but I believe strongly in excellent DACs-- that's just been MY experience.