I am currently running a Yamaha 2092 receiver to drive my home theater system. I am completely satisfied with the 2092 for home theater, don't miss the absence of DTS, and my room can't accommodate 6 or 7 channel speaker formats. I would like to improve the 2-channel stereo performance of my system and would like to ask the group for opinions on the best way to do this. I really had to grovel at home to build the system that I have, so I really need to try to minimize upgrade costs (would need to limit to around $1500). My speaker set-up includes: Mains - Paradigm Reference Studio 60 Center - Paradigm Ref Studio CC Rears - Paradigm Ref SA-25 inwalls Sub - Paradigm PS-1000 Options that I have considered include: 1) trying to pick-up a used Krell KAV-300i integrated amp and using it for my 2-channel system, while using it to drive the mains for HT using the theater through-put. I am not sure how its amplification would mate with the 2092 or the Studio 60's however. Does anyone else make an integrated amp with a theater through-put like the Krell ? This seems to be the most attractive, cost effective option. Has anyone else done this ? 2) pickup a quality 2-channel amp for the mains, and using the Yamaha as a prepro & to drive the Center & surrounds. Would this improve 2-channel performance significantly. 3) integrate a 5-channel amp and use the 2092 as a prepro (again, would this significantly improve 2-channel performance). 4) Sell the 2092 (if I can) & start over (least desirable option). If I did this, I would prefer a mid-priced AV receiver that excels with 2-channel music, add an outboard 5 channel amp when I can, then ultimately pick-up a dedicated AV processor and move the receiver to the bedroom for music. I would be interested in any and all thoughts on how to best improve my system performance. Thanks in advance, Mike.