At some point I plan to upgrade my system and ditch the Yamaha DSP-E492 that's currently taking an analogue 5.1 feed from my DVD player. The main stereo amp is an Arcam Alpha 6 (old but serviceable) driving a pair of KEF Q50s, with a pair of Rotel RB-970BX power amps. One is bridged to mono and looks after the centre channel (KEF Model 100). The rears (KEF Q85s) get the remaining power amp. For completeness, the sub is an M&K VX4. I appreciate that the Rotel's are a little long in the tooth (current generation is the RB-971 Mk II) but my question is this: When I get my mits on an AV32R, given that I'm already well down the Rotel road, does it make sense just to get another similar one (eg add an RB-971 Mk II)? I'm looking for a cost effective way to capitalise on my existing amps. Buying a multi-channel behemoth is not something that I could consider in the immediate future (the WAF comes into play here <img src="wink.gif" border="0"> ) Of course at a future date it would be nice to partner some THX spec amplification with the AV32R, but that's somewhat further off.