i'm looking into buying a new reciever and i'm trying to decide between the Harman Kardon AVR-335, Denon AVR-2105, and the pioneer 1014. but what i've noticed is that the hk has a much lower wattage output. at least in the published specs. it's only rated at 55 watts. the denon and pioneer are aproximately twice that. so what gives? i understand that there really aren't any standards for measuring output in the industry, but how am i supposed to know what will work best with my speakers? this receiver is going to be hooked up to some energy connoisseur's. i suppose i could try to find someplace that would let me take each of them home for a test, but that may be kinda tough. anyone have any input? is hk's power under-rated or are the others over-rated? quality of sound is most important, so right now my preference is the h/k, then the denon, then the pioneer. but i just want to be certain that the h/k won't be underpowered.