What to replace my Yamaha receiver with out breaking the bank? I have changed my mind about one hundred times over the past month and thought I would in list some outside help. I currently have a Yamaha RSV596 (Non DD but has 6 discrete ins, no optical ins) an adcom GFA 5500 for the main amp. Boston VR950’s front speakers, CRC center, A60 rear and a paradigm sub (forget the model). Music and movies are a 50/50 split I don’t care about bells and whistles but I do care about getting the most performance for the buck. Here is the list of options that I have been going over: 1.)Outlaw 950 Outlaw 7 X 100 amp ~$1,700 Pros—Cheapest, Ready for 7.1 Cons---Have not heard any Outlaw equipment, amp might be under powered compared to my Adcom. 2.)Outlaw 950 Adcom 5503 3 X 200 amp ~$2,200 Pros---The 5503 will match my 5500, enough power for my needs. I think this will offer good performance for the buck but the Outlaw is still an unknown to me. Cons---No local Adcom dealer (does anyone know of a dealer in Northern VA), Will only be capable of 5 channels. 3.)Rotel RSP 1068 Rotel RMB 1066 5 X 120 amp ~$2,500 Pros---My locally owned H/T-Audio store carries Rotel products. Have heard that Rotel products are of a very high quality. Have been able to listen to this combo. Will be capable of 7.1 Cons-- amp might be under powered compared to my Adcom. Might be getting a little pricey. 4) Forget the separates, buy a $600 receiver w/preamps out and a SVS sub. Sorry for the rambling. But I would really like for someone who has made this decision before to maybe nudge me in one direction or the other. My Basement will be finished in a month and would like to have the receiver replaced by then. Any help would be greatly appreciated.