Having completed the contruction of a theater in my basement about 9 months ago, I now have two theater systems in my house. The main one in the theater is a full-blown audiophile system. The second one in my family room is also very good, but the kind of use it gets now really makes some of the equipment that I have in there overkill. I've been thinking that I would like to simplify that system and trade out some of the equipment I have in there. The current set-up: Anthem AVM-2 pre/pro Anthem MCA5 amp Integra DPS 9.1 DVD player (DVD-A also) Pioneer elite CD changer B&W LCR 60 S3 as L/R mains B&W LCR 600 S3 as Center B&W CWM 650 in-wall Rears Velodyne SPL-1000 MIT T2 speaker cables Sony 36" XBR My thought is to sell the two Anthem pieces and replace them with a good reciever that can manage all of the current surround sound formats. It only needs to be 5.1 as I'll never add additional rear speakers in this room. I'm perfectly happy to buy something good used, budget is probably around $2K-$3K or whatever I can get for selling off my existing equipment. I also like the idea of selling the Integra and getting a DVD player that can connect to the reciever using one of the proprietary digital links so that I can cut down on the wires. Any suggestions?