Just curious how well the audio delay function works on the Pioneer 1019/919/519? Right now I'm using a Sony HT-CT100 and am looking to upgrade to a genuine speaker system. The Sony's audio delay function is simply On or Off, no millisecond settings or anything (for some movies, having the delay on is not enough of a delay, and for others turning the delay off is not enough of an "un-delay"). I've read about the Felston, Alchemy2, and Primare stand-alone audio delays, but those can only be used with digital audio (coax/optical) and are pretty pricey (I'd rather just spend the money towards speakers and a receiver). Do the Pioneer receivers have multiple audio delay settings or millsecond settings, or are they just on/off? (I'm still within the 30 days of my Sony HT-CT100 from Best Buy, but unfortunately my mom just threw the box out a couple of days ago, so I'll probably just have to bite the bullet and absorb the cost of this one. But I'd rather buy a receiver and speakers rather than just a stand-alone audio delay device).