I'm not an audiophile, but I have been learning more and I find all the tech intersting. In John Atkinson's Follow-up (p. 105), John explains his experience with testing and listening to the rBLink Bluetooth receiver D/A processor. At the very end JOhn suggests "plug the Arcam's S/PDIF output into your high-end D/A processor and you have a convenient and legitimate source of music." Here's where I get confused. Isn't the whole point of the rBlink to be the D/A for the source that is sending music to it via Bluetooth? If one uses the digital output from the rBlink, isn' the D/A on the rBlink being bypassed and the Bluetooth data is simple being passed to the external DAC? What value does the rBlink offer if you use the digital output?