Actually TWO. One with a remote for $199, and one without a remote for $150 (that's less than I paid for my remote hehehe)! Gave the one with the remote as a gift for X-mas (they were happy!). After setting it up and listening to it, I went back and picked up one for myself to replace the DE815 in the bedroom. I have a left over remote from the 6200, because I bought an RC2000 MkII to replace it, so I didn't care if it didn't have one. It doesn't do DTS, but my first gen Panny only has DD anyway, so it works out fine. The real point of this post - This thing ROCKS! The sound is so much better than the Sony that it's not even funny, and that was one of the top, non-ES models from that year. The Sony has a decent x-former and respectable power, but the SR4000 easily eclipses it. And the sound quality is head and shoulders above for analog stereo music (with no DSP/surround). Dare I say it may actually have a better sound than my SR6200 for 2ch music... I had read posts that some people preferred the sound of the previous generation Marantz gear, and I suppose there may be some truth in this.