When my old Denon Pro-Logic receiver gave up the ghost a while back, I needed a quick replacement and picked up an Onkyo 494. It has sounded wonderful and I have generally been happy with it. Then I got a new SVS 20-39PC+. Of course, I knew I had to calibrate, so I picked up Avia and the infamous Radio Shock SPL meter, and off I went. Now the Onkyo has trims for the speakers all right. I found, in calibrating, my centers were 2 db hot (I have the JBL NSP1 set for mains). At any rate, I am able to set the trims, but when I power down the receiver, the trims come back all set at 0. It's not a big deal for me to reset them all the time, but I can't see my wife doing it. So, can anyone recommend a receiver perhaps a tad less modest than the Onkyo that remembers your trims? I was happy with Onkyo's features and performance, so I don't think I'll be wanting a top-of-the-line receiver, but I'm curious as to the price point of a receiver that remembers your trims. Thanks for any help here!