Hello all. Again I come back with a new doubt I am facing: I am a current Sherwood 8090 A/V receiver but would like to change it for something getting a good music quality (and specially music), which is currently my Achilles wheel. The problem is that I consider the following options and simply ignore which would be better: 1) Stereo amplifier in a first approach (Rotel RA-01/02 or Arcam A65), hooked to A/V amplifier L/R front preouts and connected to it, the CD player. Later on I would add a good A/V receiver (YAmmy 630, for example) to get Dolby Prologic and other Stuff I do not have now. Advantage: this can be paid in two steps. 2) A full A/V for music/movies. Perhaps Arcam AVR200, which is told to perform decently in stereo. Disadvantages: no ES decoding at all, no 6.1. Possible price discount in the following months due to new Arcam release. Do you think I would obtain the same stereo performance from the Rotel than for the Arcam AVR200 or it would be similar? Rotel is rated at 40W and Arcam at 90W in stereo. However, I've heard that A65 (also 40wpc) sounds far better than AVR 200 in stereo. Any opinions? My current fronts are B&W 601 S2, possibly being upgraded soon to 602 S3 or 601 S3 (and passed to rear channels, of course) Thanks !