Okay, just for information, any sort of PCM audio through HDMI is never as good as through s/pdif COAX. HDMI is a poor interface for clocked audio sources, such as PCM or DSD. The sound of PCM through HDMI lacks dynamics and sounds very compressed. I have also found that it has a blare or shouty effect in the upper midrange as well. If you really want to play surround SACD, I would highly recommend upgrading to Oppo 105/205 and then use analog output with some very good interconnects. Alternatively, you can do PCM through digital COAX.
For the surround pre/pro, the SP3 has extremely good audio stages. Fully discrete Class A circuits for BOTH input as well as output. The Bryston is somewhat laid back in sound, so keep that in mind. In my opinion the Bryston digital/DAC board is not up to par. Looks like there is one on Audiogon for $3k. I tried the Bryston out in my system and I just did not feel that it was good enough. The movie sound was laid back and lacked excitement, attack and dynamics.
I would also look at Krell S1200U 3D. It is an excellent pre/pro. Fully discrete Class A analog output stages. It does use OPA2134 op amps for the analog input stage, so resolution is okay. If you use COAX for 2-channel PCM, the Krell will automatically down-convert anything to 44.1/48 sampling frequency before sending to DAC (this includes stuff such as 24/96 and 24/192). It's just Krell behavior. However, 2-channel PCM audio still sounds awesome!! I own the S1200 and it's my favorite out of this list. There's one on Audiogon for $3595.
The Class SSP800 is also a nice device. It's very clean sounding. However, it uses LM4562 op amps for all analog stages (no discrete or Class A circuits). Classe has gone out of business, so there will not be any support for this item.