I have the upgrade bug...again...much to my wife's dismay I currently have a Denon 3802. I'm somewhat happy with it...I have had it for almost a year now. I wish it had more optical/coaxial inputs for all my gear...and I know this can be "fixed" by adding a seperate switch. I could always go that route...but I'm wanting to avoid adding another component to my already full A/V cabinet if at all possible. I'm thinking about going for the new Denon 3803. I like the fact that it offers component video Up-conversion...and it also has alot more digital inputs than my 3802 does. The broad frequency range of the 3803 for Component Video switching is 100 Mhz - which should also be an improvement over my 3802 and also allow me to connect my AT&T Digital Cable box w/ High Def, DVD Player, XBOX, and perhaps a Replay TV 5080 (down the road) via component cables. The component video up-conversion would be nice also...hopefully I can get a better picture outta my standalone TiVo with this? The 3803 offers something that I have been wanting for awhile now as well: an AUDIO DELAY FUNCTION When viewing my AT&T Digital cable box via TiVo - there is a slightly noticeable lip-synch problem due to some signal processing issues between my TiVo and my current receiver (3802). With this Audio Delay option...I could match them up according and be able to enjoy the show..without looking for lip-synch problems.... One thing that scares me about buying a new receiver right now is: DVD-Audio I have a Panasonic RP-91 that plays DVD-Audio discs. I don't have that many right now....but I thought I remember hearing that a new "firewire" standard had been adopted for DVD-A a few weeks back. Can anyone help me out here? I'm not looking for something that is completely future-proff...in this day and age it's probably impossible..you and I both know that. But I'm really interested in getting a new receiver (probably the Denon 3803) and was wondering if anyone could throw out some discussion on whether I should or not...right now anyway. Thanks for any and all feedback!