I'd pretty much decided on a Yamaha RXV-650 when I did one of those vital checks: will it fit the furniture? Unfortunately, the answer is no! Our TV sits on top of an old, solid wooden cabinet. The front folds down with quite a big space inside - home at the moment to DVD player, VCR and Freeview box. The space is wide and tall, but I hadn't realised its lack of depth until now (approx 420mm). This wouldn't be a problem if it had an open back but the back is wooden (with a couple of large holes drilled in it for cables to come in and out). Most AV receivers seem to come in at around 420mm deep so just won't fit. The Pioneer VSX-C502 seems a bit less deep at 383mm but this still doesn't allow enough room for cabling at the back. The shallowest one I've found so far is the Yamaha RXV-350 which is 315mm deep but this is a little cheaper than I'd intended on going. Does anyone have any other suggestions for AV amps/receivers around the same sort of depth? If not, RXV-350 it is. Cheers PS. Before anyone suggests the obvious, replacement of this cabinet with something that would make setting-up AV equipment is non-negotiable with SWMBO - she feels she is giving a lot of ground by agreeing to more speakers. Replacement of SWMBO is also not an option - even Homer would pick Marge over the TV.