I'm seriously considering purchasing either a NAD T752 or T762(as soon as they start shipping). I'm currently running a Denon 2801 into a Sherbourn 5/1500a. My speakers are B&W CDM7 se(mains), CDMC (center)and B&W Rock Solids for rears. I have a SVS 25-31 PCI sub. I've listened to the T752 thru PSB towers at the store. Tried all types of music from Led Zeppelin to the Diana Krall. The sound quality of the music was outstanding. The ht was also very good. We AB'ed with an Onkyo(don't remember which one, but was at least a mid to higher end one) and the NAD blew it away. I've been reading some incredible things regarding the amp section on the NADs. Does anybody think the Sherbourn becomes relatively unnecessary? I know the Sherbourn is a dedicated amp, and powerwise, blows the NAD away, but I'm wondering if its going to be real noticable. The sale of the Sherbourn would pretty much pay for the whole T762, then I can move the Denon upstairs and set-up a inexpensive hometheater for the kids, maybe try out those Fluance speakers for $199. If I decide to keep the sherbourn then I'm back to plan 'A' which is get the T752. But I have Rockustic Pavaroccis speakers in my backyard and I need a 'B' speakers option which the T752 does not have. A possible solution is as follows, please let me know if it makes sense: I would of course run all 5 channels from the sherbourn. This would free-up the speaker connections on the T752 and I can use the main connections to hookup the Rockustics. But everytime I used the system the whole neighborhood would hear it blasting from my backyard. To solve this little issue, I was thinking of getting a speaker switch box. I'd plug the Rockustics into the 'A' portion of the speaker box and keep the box on 'B' (which would be unused), when I don't want the Rockustics on, otherwise I would just select 'A'. I might lose a little sound quality, but its the backyard, so thats not very important. So any ideas, comments, suggestions or advice?