Hello everyone. I recently purchased a complete set of Klipsch speakers from the place with the big yellow sign. I know its not the best place in the world, but my wife works there so we got a great deal. The room is approximately 15' x 15' and the current setup is this: Fronts -- Klipsch SF2's Center -- Klipsch SC1 Surrounds -- Klipsch SS1's Sub -- JBL PSW1000 Receiver -- Yamaha 5460 I am quite pleased with the Klipsch speakers, however the combination of the speakers with the Yammie receiver is yielding a bit bright of a sound field. I have been looking to upgrade the receiver to either 6.1 or 7.1, but would like some advice on which one will best match my current speaker setup. It will be used primarily for television viewing and movies, with some music mixed in from time to time. Our budget is around $500 and I am willing to look online or in a store. I would like a new or slightly used receiver, but do not want a refurb (I've had too many problems in the past). The receiver must have at least 2 (preferrably 3) optical ins on the back. Also, I would prefer to have preouts so that I can add an amp at a later time. Video switching is not important to me as I use the receiver to control the audio while the television controls the video. Finally, the receiver must have enough power to fill the room and still have some left over in case it is placed in a larger room. I've heard that Denon, HK and the Pioneer Elites make a good match with Klipsch, but am lost as to which one will be best, especially given the budget. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!