I've just purchased a set of B&W DM604s, which I will be combining with a pair of DM600s for rear and an LCR60 for the centre speaker. All very well. However, until last night I'd pretty much decided on a Yamaha RX-V1500 receiver to drive them. The problem is, I started reading a few threads on the board last night and they were talking about the next generation of amps being HD compliant, with DVI and HDMI inputs/outputs etc. So now I'm starting to have second thoughts. I know the next gen amps are only probably coming out in about a year or so, and I can't exactly have 5 B&W speakers hanging around doing nothing until then. So my question is, do I buy a cheap amp now (something respectable but around the £200-£300 range) or do I just go head and buy the RX-V1500 in the knowledge that the resale value will be higher and I will at least be driving the B&Ws properly? The reason I ask is because I bought my Panny PW6 display late last year and that's not HD ready, so I don't want to make the same mistake with the receiver if it's avoidable. What would you do? Thanks.