Can't help you with the Sacds, but I've read you can rip DVDA's with this DVDAExplorer2008.
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My understanding is that all volume leading into the Benchmark should be at 100%. This includes iTunes volume and any computer-specific volume settings in your Control Panel/bottom toolbar. This was gleaned from a conversation I had with Benchmark personnel.
I thought the Kimber USB was so-so. Something of an upgrade over stock USB, but not great. The Locus, on the other hand, is better than the Kimber by several orders of magnitude. YMMV, of course, and there are those who thoroughly enjoy other USB options like Ridge Street and others.