Hi All, I have had the opportunity to listen to some real high-end home cinema setups- Naim AV2/ NAP500/ Dynaudio Confidence 5 etc. and I have to say that when you get into this league you might as well not bother going to the cinema!! Unfortunately I haven't got that sort of cash available to spend, so I bought myself a NAD T752 with M&K K4's at the rear with Dynaudio 122c at the centre and I am currently testing some dynaudio 52's for the stereo pair. The RRP of the NAD was £599 (my deal from audio excellence was significantly below that...) and it beat other significantly more expensive amps, they had in the shop hands down/ no contest. I certainly wasn't going to come out of the shop with anything else. My test track is 'DESIRE' from U2: live in boston - when the drum starts pounding the whole house vibes with it!! HEHEHE The amp is easy to use and set up and has a lot of power for the quoted 80 watts. The Nad is able to give a massive sense of space and you dont get the dreaded 'That sound comes from that speaker' effect. My advice is demo one now, and buy tomorrow. I have now upgraded it to 7.1 with a NAD c370. The point is those that buy NAD don't go back. T762 anyone?