Well about 5 months ago I found what I thought was a good deal on a complete HT system on craigslist. I came here to get some opinions and promptly decided to pass on the deal and build a new system. I couldnt get a hold of an Outlaw sub at an affordable price due to shipping it up here to Alaska. So I decided to go with Klipsch SW-112 Sub Polk Speakers (TSI 200's & Center & 100's) Onkyo TX-NR616 (FAILED) Well after receiving everything, I go to hook it all up and have many issues with the HDMI on the Onkyo. After many hours with Tech support he comes to the conclusion that the board is messed up and needs to be shipped back. I go the route of returning it to Amazon instead. So, here I sit. Essentially with $500 or so to spend on a new receiver that is capable of meeting my needs. I thought the 616 woulda worked out well but am now considering another due to the high failure rate of the Onkyo 616. The Tech support says they have had a tough time with many of there units. The 700 series and 800's have been doing great though. So should I drop in another $300-400 and upgrade to another Onkyo or is there something else out there you would recommend I look at knowing what my speaker selection is? I liked the 3D capabilities of the Onkyo. Many HDMI ports are needed. Would like a strong amp to push the speakers to there potential. Mostly used for HD TV and Blue ray. Room is fairly rectangle and large in size. User friendly would be a plus as I am not the most knowledgable at this yet. Would appreciate something thats fairly simple to operate. So with all that being said, what would you recommend I look into?