Considering purchasing a Rotel front-end to power some Dynaudio Acoustics BM5s in a new 5.1 50%music/50% HT setup. I auditioned the speakers with a RSP-1066/RMB-1095 combo, and while the $3500 for the set (and not a small sum for the accompanying interconnects) might not be outlandishly high, I am looking for a more economic way to achieve roughly the same sound quality. I have heard rumors that the RSX-1055 is more or less the RSP-1066 with an amp section attached. Given the price, I find that highly unlikely (the RSX-1055 is actually $200 less than the RSP-1066 alone). Even if this is not the case, if the pre/pro section of the RSX-1055 is sufficiently close to that of the RSP-1066 (someone on the Club Rotel forum stated that given his setup, he couldn't tell the difference between the two when using the RSX-1055 purely as a pre/pro), that gives me the option of using the RSX-1055 to drive the speakers until I deem it necessary to upgrade to a RMB-1075 or 1095 amp and use the AVR as a pre/pro. One can't even argue that I payed for an amp section that I won't in the future use because the entire unit is less than the price of the RSP-1066. A more difficult question is whether it is worthwhile to spring the extra $700 for the RSX-1065, given that if I do in the future upgrade with an external amp, I AM paying more for an unused amp section since the same pre/pro can be had for less in the RSX-1055. However, testimonials have stated that the RSX-1065 does sound noticeably more detailed than the RSX-1055... Decisions, decisions! Also, in one of the previous threads on this forum, there was a rumor that the RSX-1065 may be replaced by a newer model in the near future... Any truth to these rumors? Sorry for the length of this post. Thanks in advance for any advice or input you may have on this matter.