This is my first post, but I have been actively following the discussions. I have learned a lot about a subject I know very little about but have a great interest in. I find myself in an interesting position, and I would love to have as many informed opinions as possible. I have two Denon receivers (AVR 4800 & AVR 3300) and an Onix amp (A120). I recently upgraded speakers for my home theater (and stereo) system; I bought a Rocket 750’s for the front 550’s for the back and a center channel. I have a REL Subwoofer that I have sentimental attachments to. The package I bought included the Onix amp, although it is only two channels, it seems to power the front speakers better than my Denon 4800. I could be imagining it, but it seems make the mid-range tones especially pronounced. Now the dilemma. How should I proceed? As a newbie, there are a lot of systems out there that I have never even heard of. Until a friend told me about this site, I was dining on the home theater swill served up by the mass marketers. I had no idea that there were smaller outfits that made better products at a much lower cost (such as my Rocket Speakers). I would like to get the best sound out of my speakers with out breaking the bank (I might have already done that by buying the speakers). So here I sit with a lot of hardware that I could sell to possibly combine into one really nice receiver or several components. Or should I keep what I have and hook it up differently? I await your counsel. Thanks.