I wanted to confirm that the review of the Adcom GTP-760 (by Anthony Cordesman) I mentioned in my last post can be found in Issue 35 of "The Perfect Vision". If you are seriously interested in the 760, you'll want to read the whole article. Cordesman, however, wrote a very positive review. Here's a few excerpted remarks: "Behind its front panel, the 760 is a far better product than its predecessors...It has warmth, depth, and good harmonic integrity. Unlike most of its competition, it is not lean or hard and it does not over-emphasize the upper mid-range....I found all 3 Dolby modes to work well an to sound considerably better than they o with most A/V controllers in the 760's price range ($1800)....Guess what: you don't get $10K sound quality for $1800...However, the 760 did very well even on extremely demanding soundtracks....Low-level detail and ambience was quite good, and there is a good feeling of space with properly set-up speakers. Dynamic contrasts were both exciting and natural, and truly exciting dynamics came through clearly, while many units in this price range soften or compress them a bit...At the same time, there was a nice sense of nuance. Subtler and slower changes in volume were handled well in all five channels...." Cordesman's comments pretty well summarize my own impressions of the 760 -- it's a lot of pre/pro at MSRP, and at its discounted price around $1350 it's a hell of a buy!!