While I can tell that a lot of the members here are into upper-end gear, I'm looking for a budget receiver here. It will be used to handle several analog and digital audio connections, but I have no components using HDMI, so video processing and HDMI capability is not important to me, but I would like to get the best audio quality I can for under $300. I will be powering a set of Klipsch F1 speakers and plan on adding surround speakers and a center channel in the future for a 5.1 set-up, so here is what is important to me: -Sound Quality (low S-N ratio, distortion, etc.) -100W / ch @ 8 Ohms (to drive the power hungry floor speakers) -5.1 Support Beyond that, all features are simply bonuses for me (HDMI, video upconversion, etc.). I've gotten a few recommendations for the Pioneer VRX-817, Panasonic SA-XR55, and have browsed the Onkyo SR-505. I really like the Onkyo except for the fact that it only puts out 75W/ch. Would this still be able to drive my floor speakers adaquately, or should I look elsewhere? Any recommendations are appreciated. $300 is a set maximum, by the way.