Vote best of these 7 CDP's

Greetings! I would like to obtain opinion of experienced Audiogoners re: the following CDP's-- vote for the one you would purchase! Rate for redbook.
1. Sony SCD-1
2. Resolution Audio 55
3. Audio Aero Prima
4. Audiomecca Mephisto 2
5. Simaudio Nova
6. Meridian 508.24
7. Vecteur L-4
You may note these are 2k-ish and below-- that is my budget.
The rest of my system:
Proac 1SC with Target R4, MIT 770 twin biwire, MIT 350 reference ultralinear, Spectral DMA 90, Camelot Uther mk2., Genesis digital Lens, Illuminations d60, Kimber AGDL XLR, Chang lightspeed 3200 (x2), Townshend audio seismic sinks, PS Audio Lambda.
thanks for your input!
Regarding the DAC, I am using the Camelot Uther mk2. and am pleased with this unit (no preamp needed). The thing is, I am not really unhappy with my system, sonically, as it is. I have actually gotten to the point where I can sit back and release myself from the "critical listening syndrome". But I feel that the system has largely "outgrown" the transport a bit. The Lambda is also an older unit. And, while it has not given me problem one since I owned it, I think it may be time to upgrade. Too bad that Spectral SDR is out of my financial reach!!
I can think of 40 cd players that are far superior to the Sony SCD-1 on redbook. If you want to modify it for sacd, it is a good bet; otherwise forget it.
C'mon 1741, there's more to being an audio enthusiast than pecking away at a keyboard! Get off you recently turkey-stuffed butt and drive yourself to the dealer. ;-)
100 miles is nuthin! I figure a 90 minute drive would be worth it to go evaluate something that's important to you. If the dealer shows you a good time, buy something you like and be happy that YOU picked it after hearing it yourself, and not because somebody here told you it was good.

Of course, don't waste the dealer's time if you're planning on buying used off of Audiogon. That wouldn't be fair to the dealer. There's a lot of expertise at that dealer, and customer service, something that you're not going to get buying used. (And no, I'm not a dealer, just someone with a Moral Center and a conscience)
Golden Ears:
1. I am a vegetarian.
2. I just ran the Chicago marathon and am rarely just sitting around my computer.
3. There is MUCH to be said about consistency regarding human experience and perception.
Yes, in Plato's Theatetus, we learned that perception is NOT knowledge-- the senses can report erroneous information. However, for example, when 80 out of 100 people say that a specific CDP is very good, there is bound to be some validity in investigating the claim further. I am not asking other people to make a decision for me. I am gathering information from people who have had direct experience with this gear. It will not neccessarily be the end of the endeavor. Progressive audio does not carry ANY of the CDP's in question. It would simply be a matter of good chance that they might have some of the used CDP's on my list. Further, they happen to carry Proac, MIT, and Spectral- the very foundation components that are contained within my system. This is an investigative process, and I am seeking all sources of knowledge on the subject. What you gave me, however, was self-evident and rather patronizing. Moral center?? I think I hear the turkey calling....
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