OK, I just got my new Outlaw 950 processor yesterday and it's sitting on my front couch...unopened. You see, most of you know I have a new Anthem AVM-20 which I purchased in March and is the highlight of my HT. I absolutely love this product. With that said, I still am a home theater enthusiast and love to try out new gear. Why would I buy a 950 after having such great satisfaction with the AVM-20? Well, it's a long story, lets just say I was doing someone a favor who no longer needs that favor anymore. So, here is my dilemma. I have three choices. 1) I can open it up, take all the trouble of unhooking everything and hooking up the 950 to see how it sounds. If it is as good as everyone says it is, I might be tempted to sell the AVM-20 and pocket the $1500 difference. However, this would be time spent that I really don't have right now due to work requirements (don't really have the time to spend hours testing out new gear). 2) I can send it back to Outlaw unopened and pay the shipping. 3) I can sell it to some lucky HTF member who is farther down the list who cannot get theirs right away (but I would reserve the right to keep the free set of interconnects included). That new owner would have to deal with any return issues with Outlaw on their own, but the unit will never have been touched by me. I'm sure if I kept it, I would manage to find the time to post a comparison between the 950 and the AVM-20, but I'm not sure I want to live with the decision should I like the 950. Seeing as I love my AVM-20...I would think that ignorance is bliss in this case. Give me your advice folks.