I currently own the 3300. I've had it since late '99 and have been totally happy with it. It's been a real workhorse for me since it's on literally every time I watch TV, even the news, and any time I listen to music, whether it's 2 channel or DVD-Audio. I have a 5.1 Paradigm speaker setup with no plans to add any additional speakers right away because I have a large aquarium right behind my main viewing area. I'm actually kind of "attached" to this receiver because it's really the first nice piece of audio equipment that I've ever owned and it's been so reliable, never overheating despite my pushing it really hard with movies, and the sound has been totally pleasing to my non-audiophile ears. Lately I've been reading about how great Dolby Pro-Logic II is. I know the AVR-3802 has DPL II and DTS Neo6 (as well as DTS ES and DD EX). Do you think it would be worth upgrading to the 3802 simply to get DPL II and DTS NEO? I won't be able to benefit from the ES and EX extra channels, but I think the PLII especially might come in handy. I still have quite a few pro-logic laserdiscs, some VHS tapes, and a lot pro-logic DVDs. Are there any other benefits of the 3802 over the 3300 besides the features that I've mentioned? When I do upgrade, I've just about decided to stay with Denon because of my positive experiences with the 3300. I guess I've got the upgrade bug again. I treated it last year with a new HDTV purchase and progressive DVD changer, but now I've apparently got the fever again. Thanks!