Best Blu-Ray for 7.1 Analog

I am interested in the best sounding Blu-Ray player using the player's 7.1 analog outputs with the decoding done in the player.

I want to use the analog outputs in the Blu-Ray player since my McIntosh receiver has 7.1 inputs, but no HDMI.

What is the best sounding Blu-Ray player over 7.1 analog?

How do the Denon DVD-3800BDCI, Pioneer BDP-05FD, Sony BDPS5000ES, and Panasonic DMP-BD55 compare?

How will these players compare to the upcoming Pioneer BDP-09FD, Denon DVD-A1UDCI, Oppo BDP-83, and McIntosh MVP881?

I would love it if the player could still decode my Dolby EX and DTS ES DVDs in 7.1. Bass management would also be desirable.
playstation 3
The PS3 doesn't have 7.1 outs Buconero.
Pioneer BDP-05 for sure. It needs a software update which is not out yet to do the best sound on DTS. It will do dolbys best sound. This Pioneer sounds great and the picture is wonderful. I think the 09 Pioneer is in a totally different price bracket. McIntosh player is basically a Marantz player which I am not crazy about.
It will most likely be one of the following:

Pioneer BDP-09FD, Denon DVD-A1UDCI, Sony BDPS5000ES
The new Denon due out in January I believe will have XLR's
The Marantz BD-8002 is a monster...the 7.1 outputs sound outstanding.
check the ramp up times; I understand the Pioneer takes a while to boot up; the Sony is the fastest; not sure about the Marantz/Denon quality bd players....
Here are the details from a recent email I got from Oppo:
Thank you for signing up to receive information about our upcoming OPPO BDP-83 Blu-ray Disc Player. We appreciate your interest, and would like to update you on the current development status of this exciting new product.

One of the major design goals for the BDP-83 is to deliver first-class video quality for both Blu-ray and DVD. We based and expanded upon our top-of-the-line DV-983H up-converting DVD player and fully utilize the unparalleled performance of the VRS by Anchor Bay video processing solution. You can expect all the high-end video features including Source Direct for DVD and Blu-ray, high definition HDMI scaling, Edge and Detail Enhancement options, and 1080p24Hz output for both Blu-ray and DVD.

We did not stop at just video performance. We further refined the audio stage, including the addition of discrete stereo outputs and increasing the power and efficiency of the power supply. For SACD playback, the BDP-83 supports direct DSD over HDMI and DSD-to-analog without any PCM conversion, a very unique feature.

With the BDP-83, we intend to release a full-featured universal Blu-ray Disc player that supports BD Profile 2.0 (BD-Live), DVD, SACD, DVD-Audio, Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio. As of this writing, the BDP-83 supports BD Profile 1.1 (BONUSVIEW), DVD-Video, SACD, and bitstreaming of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. Progress is being made on a daily basis as our engineers work diligently around the clock to further enable DVD-Audio, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio onboard decoding, and BD Profile 2.0.

The BDP-83 is currently undergoing an extensive and thorough Beta Test Program. We greatly appreciate all the feedback from our beta testers, as without their hard work and extraordinary attention to detail, the BDP-83 would not be the high quality product that our customers have come to expect from us.

As many of our customers eagerly anticipate the release of the BDP83, we are contemplating a "BDP-83 Early Adoption Program" in late December or early January. This program will make available a limited number of units so you can purchase and experience the current implementation of the BDP-83's feature set, with the ability to download firmware as new features become available. The estimated price for the BDP-83 is around $499 to $599.

OPPO Digital is a consumer-oriented company that listens carefully to customer opinions and values their feedback. If it were not for our customers' feedback and support, OPPO would not be where we are today. At OPPO we strive to provide our customers with quality products reinforced by exceptional customer service.
How do the Denon DVD-3800BDCI, Pioneer BDP-05FD, Sony BDPS5000ES, and Panasonic DMP-BD55 compare?
The Oppo looks like it will be a true giant killer.
I have a deposit down on an 09FD. My dealer gave me a shiny new brochure with some great pictures, including a breakdown of the analogue audio board and separate analogue audio power supply. I have a Cary cinema 6 prepro, which has two sets of 7.1 inputs to accomodate the analogue outs of the Elite. My guy sells Denon as well, and this is the one he's buying. If I don't spend the money on something else before the Pioneer arrives, its going to be my selection.