Hi, I own the Marantz SR-5200 av-receiver and I just recently received my Mission FS2AV speakers and together do they sound great with DVD movies and CD's. My SR-5200 outputs roughly 90W into each speaker channel but I've noticed that it seems a bit under-powered. I have a medium-size living-room, and when I watch 'The Matrix' or 'The Patriot' on DVD, I have to turn my SR-5200 nearly over 70% to get a decent loud volume - the volume level starts from -75dB to +15dB. For comparative sakes, I previously owned a Cambridge SoundWorks DTT3500 5.1 setup (7W per channel) and had stuck it in my living-room for about 3-6 months, and surprisingly it offers nearly the same volume as my Marantz SR-5200! What I fail to understand is that, how can a PC budget 5.1 setup with mostly 7W per channel offer nearly the same volume level as my Marantz SR-5200 along with my Mission Speakers at 30-70W per Channel? I just fail to see the logic! Can owners of either the Marantz SR-42/5200 or the Mission FS2AV please tell me if you notice this? PS. As I've mentioned before, the volume on my SR-5200 goes from -75dB to +15dB. Is this normal? Why doesn't it start from 00dB to 100dB?