I recently purchased two Denon receivers, an 1802 from a B&M dealer near where I live, and a 3802 from an internet dealer. I was able to get the B&M down 10% on the 1802. (Probably could have done the same on the 3802). The internet dealer was selling the 3802 for $793 (it was Reliable AV on Yahoo shopping). They are a part of Uncles Stereo out of New York City. I had originally ordered a Kenwood VR5090 because I wanted the excellent video switching capabilities of this unit. When I checked my order on Yahoo I discovered it was rejected. A call to Reliable determined that they had delisted the Kenwood because they couldn't get any. Kenwood would not allow internet sales, I was told. But I could get a Denon 3802 (which was my second choice) no problem. I asked if he had them in stock and he said, "Yeah, we have 69 of them". What is the deal here. Kenwood is able to cut off internet sales, but Denon is not? And if they did, would those 69 units get sold? I don't think, so, not at $1199 anyway. Is Denon playing games here? Either you do or do not allow discounted internet sales. Kenwood doesn't, Denon obviously does. Any comments?