Hello! I am looking for some help and hope someone can spare a minute. I am changing my home tv/avr setup and frankly I am a bit lost. I just replaced my 20 year old mitsubishi tube television with an LG 55LM7600. I have been using a 15 year old technics amp and digital decoder which I am thinking of replacing with an Yamaha rx-v373bl. The current setup is cable box, blue-ray and Wii u hooked to the TVs HDMI ports. The blue-ray and TV are each connected via fiber to the digital decoder. When I watch TV I select input 1 on the decoder and the TVs sound plays both through the AV and TV which is cool since I don’t have to do much and I was happy to note that the feed from the TV cames through as Dolby Digital. When I watch a blue-ray I have to get up and change the decoder to input 2 (I lost the remote a decade ago). The irration I am having is that the decoder does not auto switch between audio formats. This means the trailers on a blue ray are some times dolby and then the move DTS and I am jumping up and down chaging the decoder. All video inputs to the the TV and switched via the input selection screen. My questions are this. When using the yamaha 373 I have to have all devices plugged into the AV? How do I switch between them, the av remote? I think I would prefer to still use the TV for that if and I inform my wife that there are now multiple new steps just two play a movie she will kill me. Does the avr alwwys have to be on? Most of the time I would prefer just to use the televisions speakers. I guess my question is can I just keep using my two optical inputs and leave the video switching to the TV? This all comes down to the fact that I am sick of juming up and down to audio (dts/dolby) and input selection on the decoder and want something that does it for me (at least the decoding) but I am scared that in moving to the new AVR I will just be creating my headaches.