I'm in the market for a new receiver, and I've got a question I hope some of you Yamaha/Denon owners can help me with. I've been eyeing the Denon 3802 for awhile. I like all the features that it has (DTS-ES, DD EX, Pro Logic II) and want all those in whatever receiver I decide on. From what I understand, Denon is a well respected brand but I've been hearing some negative things concerning their customer service. I also would like to get a CD player that matches the brand of receiver I get, and I've been hearing several negative things about build quality and longevity of Denon CD players. Yamaha is, from my knowledge, relatively well respected and has a good track record with customer service. But I don't know anything about the quality of their CD players or how the receivers compare to Denon. The 3802 has 105 watts per channel while the comparable Yamaha receiver (don't have the model number) has only 80. I'm one of the uninformed about wattage--I realize most people think that more watts is better, but I've always heard different (though I don't know anything about it). Does it really matter in this case? Any help from any owners or anybody who can offer assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.