Want the easiest but best sounding solution for a newbie who really doesn't want to spend hours upon hours tweaking system to maximize performance. My hobby is actually listening to the system. I'm considering B&K 307, Pioneer 49tx, or prepro/amp combo like rotel 1066/1095. Trying to keep around $2500-2800. B&K supposedly sounds great and is relatively straightforward to set up, with low freq notch filter and many adjustment/assignment features. Rotel combo gives me mucho juice (200wpc) and separates flexibility. Not yet sure of setup ease/flexibility. What I really like about 49tx is the auto calibration. If it sounds as good as the other options, this would be a no brainer for me. Are there any other auto calibration options out there? BTW, speakers will likely be b&w CDM9NT, CDMCNT, M&K s150 Tripoles. Room is roughly 15x18x7 basement, but has some alcoves, non-equidistant spkr placement and will be bright (not much absorbing material), therefore equalization, delays, etc would probably be essential.