Hello, I am in the market for a new receiver since my 5 year old Pioneer decided to stop outputting the front channels the other day. So I'm looking for a new receiver in the $400-800 range and almost every model I've look at so far (Denon AVR-1604, 1804, 2803, 3803; Onkyo TX-SR501, 601, 701; Integra 5.4, Yamaha RX-V440, 540, 640, 740) has only 1 coax input for digital audio. Why do they make receivers with as many as 6 optical inputs but only 1 coax input? I definitely prefer coax over optical and its a pain in a butt to find an otherwise perfect receiver for me only to find it only has 1 coax input (on my Pioneer I had my DVD player and my digital cable box going into it via coax... granted they do both have optical outputs on them, but I still would prefer to stay with coax). What is up with this new trend?