Hi all, I'm building my first real multichannel home theater setup. I managed to find all the other speakers to compliment a pair of PSB alpha A/V's I had... now for the receiver. The system will be used about 50/50 for music/TV, I've got a Sony 27" WEGA set... so. My choices are the following: - a used denon 3300 from an authorized dealer for $595. He has offered a 1 year warranty on the product. - an NAD 751 for $430, brand new. My big question is, how necessary is the component video switching? Will I be able to notice the difference in picture quality between component and s-video on my relatively small set? Audio quality is by far the most important criteria for me. Right now I'm leaning towards the NAD because I've had good experiences with the NAD/PSB matchup, it's new, it's cheaper, and a little simpler for the wife to use. However, if it were your choice-- what would you do?