This is about somewhat lower-end stuff than I've read here in recent days, but here goes.... I have up to around $500 to spend on an AV receiver, to drive an Infinity HT setup (4.1 - IL40 mains, an Interlude sub, some older but good Infinity bookshelf speakers now doing surround duty, no center [yet]). My primary goal is music fidelity, including classical and other acoustic music (though also pop). I also watch a lot of DVDs, however, especially Chinese and Japanese DVDs (no, not pr0n!) which either have a bad 5.1 track or no 5.1 track at all. Because of this, I wouldn't mind having Dolby Pro Logic II to enhance my experience with those movies. And I'd like analog inputs for an SACD player. I've looked at the Outlaw 1050, but I'm hesitant due to its lack of DPLII (though I might still go that route if I thought the music quality would be significantly better than other receivers in its class). I've also considered Denon's 1802, or possibly the 2802 if I can find a decent price. Unfortunately, my situation (without access to a car) makes it very difficult for me to audition any receivers, and I don't have much experience with audio hardware. I have a good ear, being a classical musician, but it's not attuned to audio hardware - and almost anything new is likely to sound better than the low-end Sony receiver I'm currently using. Any thoughts?