Am I the only one that thinks there's is way too much emphasis on video and movies in the stereo magazines? It's like issues will go by and there will be no reviews on equippment like amps and pre-pros and such. It's all video. Projectors, scalers, movies,... One would think with all the new lower priced seperates and the way they change receiver models that you would see them reviewed as much. Sure I would like to know if a movie I rent will look good and sound good, but content is subjective and I would still probably rent it even if it doesn't live up to the p.q.-audio standards. I mean I saw one review on the highly anticipated Fosgate pre. I have not seen a review on the new Newcastle piece, the new Rotel 1068, the Adcom 880 (1), the Integra pre, anything from NAD... the Bryston sp-1 (1). Maybe it's just me and I need to investigate a second mortgage to get a projector so I'm more interested in my subscriptions. Am I missing something? Am I dumb and just don't know it? Worse, am I alone? Mods, forgive me if this is in the wrong place.