Hi all, I've currently got an jumble of equipment that has been donated/aquired/collected over the years. To me it sounds ok (although a little bass light) and isn't too much of a pain to use, but unfortunately it's time to upgrade the brains of unit, and I'm looking for help. My current set up includes: A Denon UD-M5 Mini Disc player, which is taking it's feed from the AUX-Out of my TV A pair of Denon SC-M5K Bookshelf speakers A Wharfedale SW150 Sub which is taking it's feed from the line-out of the UD-M5 A Toshiba 1080P TV A PS4 (straight into the TV) A PS3 (straight into the TV) A Nintendo Wii (straight into the TV) A SNES Classic (HDMI Connector straight into the TV) I also have a set of KEF KHT2005.2 speakers (5.1 but I don't have the the Sub unit) which aren't being used At the moment everything is running in a 2.1 set up, and I primarily use the system for playing YouTube/Games from the PS4. Going forward I'll probably upgrade the TV to a 4K display in the next year, and at some point in the next few years I'll move to a surround sound set up when I move house and wiring isn't so much of a pain. The reason for the upgrade is that the Denon Mini Disc player's remote died a while ago, and now the volume dial is slowly dying, causing no end of grief trying to change the volumne. Doing reviews, I see that the Sony STR-DN1080 gets a lot of love, and looks fairly future-proof, but it's got loads of features that I doubt I'll ever use (it's unlikely I'll ever wire cable to other rooms for multi-room for example). Does anyone have any thought of what I should get? (P.s I'm useless at selling things, so a 'buy now, sell it later and upgrade' isn't really an option).