Hello, Part 1 - HDMI UPconversion. I just bought a Pioneer 5060HD plasma and now want to build a decent home theater around it for about $1500. Now, since this TV has 2 HDMI inputs I thought it would be good to get a receiver that can utilize this by upconverting DVDs to high def like quality. Now I noticed that the prices on receivers with this capability jump significantly. So the first question is, IS IT WORTH IT? Because receivers with otherwise same features that upconvert to component without HDMI are alot cheaper. Also if I get a receiver like this, do I need then to buy a DVDplayer with HDMI upconversion too to make it worth it? or is it just one or the other? PART 2 - Which to buy. (for those who said yes to part 1) Now I noticed to HTIBs with HDMI output : Panasonic HT940 ($500) and Sony DAV-FX100 ($800). Could these get the job done? I am bit weary of the 10% THD they have. Now looking at upperscale brands with THD >0.09%, I think the lowest level units with HDMI upconversion are: Denon 2807 Onkyo SR803 Yamaha V1600 but these are at $1000 just for a receiver, not leaving any money for good speakers or DVD player. So... Is there any good products in the middle that wont sacrifice quality too much, but provide the good HD experience? Or should I suck it up and get one of those three. THank you for any suggestions.