Hi, I am looking to purchase a receiver based on my selection of my plasma screen. I just wanted to ask some of the folks here if the combination I have in mind is feasible or not. I am going with the Panasonic 50" plasma screen display. After much debate I decided to go with that over the Pioneer (or Pioneer Elite) screens. I heard that the Panasonic gives a crisper image over the Pioneer but the Pioneer gives a brighter image than the Panasonic. I guess you can't go wrong with either one? Now for the receiver, I was initially thinking about the Denon 5803, but then after talking to a few people I realized that I might not need that big a receiver and that I might be better off with the Denon 3802 instead. Now what I need to know is if the 3802 is good enough to run the Panasonic plasma screen TV. This is a quote from another member on this forum regarding the receiver: "I think all the denon receivers have component switching that uses 27mhz bandwidth. There is some debate if this is enough bandwidth for hd signals. Alot of people say no 30mhz bandwidth should be the minimum.I'm not 100% about this,what you should do is start a thread on the hdtv forum or the plasma forum. Thats the only reason I didn't buy the denon.I went with the sony ES receivers which has 50mhz component switching." Now is this an issue that I have to worry about if I buy the Denon 3802 or will I be fine using the Denon 3802 with the Panny 50" plasma. Thanks for your advice.