Hello everyone, I've just about got my selections figured out for my HT room. The equipment I plan on using is listed below, but one issue I need to decide on is the sound processor. I could either use a Denon 2803 ($800), an HK 325 ($800), or a Outlaw 950 ($700 when purchased in a bundle with the amp) for processing. The Denon has 7.1 pre-outs and 100Mhz bandwidth for component video switching, but doesn't offer a 7.1 processing format (only offers DTS Neo 6). Same story with the Outlaw but I'm not sure of the bandwidth on this unit and I've read alot about some quality problems with this processor. The HK offers 7.1 pre-outs, Logic 7, and a 50Mhz bandwidth... I have to do more research to find out if that is enough bandwidth to handle HDTV. The bandwidth issue will probably be a moot point anyway as the projector I'm now leaning towards (NEC HT1000) has multiple component inputs so I would just bypass the processor anyway. Here's the system: Display: NEC HT1000 $5,000 Processor: HK 325/Denon 2803 $800 Amp: Outlaw 770 $1,800 Speakers (front): Paradigm Studio 100s $1,900 Speakers (center): Paradigm Studio 100 $950 Speakers (surround): Paradigm Studio 20s (two pair) $1,200 Speakers (sub): Paradigm Servo-15 $1,500 DVD Player: Denon 1600 $500 Total: $13,650 I've got a $15K budget and I've also got to buy a screen and cables... All the other "pre/pros" I've seen start at the $1,600 price range and go up from there. I really like the Parasound Halo C2, but I'm not willing to compromise on the other components in the system to step up to something like that. What would you guys recommend as a sound processor amongst the three options I've mentioned? Also, is there any other processor option I'm missing that might fit into my budget? Thanks in advance.