SACD for all intents and purposes is dead. Sony is not supporting it anymore. Also it seems, that vinyl is making a serious resurgents. I got friends that just a few years back were jumping on the SACD bandwagon, and just about all of them are now mostly into vinyl. Could it be that in someways that digital based discs are like Japanese motorcycles, while vinyl is more a Harley-Davidson? By this analogy, I mean from a technical sense while a good digital based disc system is probably more accurate, there just something about listening to music through a good vinyl system that really draws the listener into the music.
BTW, you would think that most of the interest in vinyl recordings would be from guys like myself who are in their mid-50s and grew up with vinyl and have/had large record collections. But one of the things that I'm finding interesting, is the interest in vinyl recordings from a younger crowd of music listeners, who by and large never grew up with vinyl. Who knows, maybe some of these I-pod wearing, MP-3 listening kids have gotten such a severe case of digalitis, that they're ready for a more analog approach to their music, then again it could be just a "retro" thing.