Thanks for the help, I see I can change the video. That's good. On the Denon, you can assign a video input for each source input. Just one of the numerous extra features it had. Not many are useful, and can cause issues if it gets changed by a pet hitting buttons. Then it's a bear to find through all the layered menus.
The one thing I really miss is the on screen display of the surround modes while using the net's Pandora. However I may just use my Roku and Fire TV for network stuff (Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Music, etc) other than internet stations obviously. That way I can get On Screen displays. Weird why Onkyo decided to not have OSD with the Network apps other than the setup menu, quick setup, and app music info. I like seeing the Music mode and format information (i information button). However glad to see it's normal.
I haven't had a receiver this simple since the Yamaha RX-V2095. It's lacks so many features of my AVR-2312ci but that's a good thing! The AVR-2312ci features were all buried in layers of layers of on screen menus and difficult to find sometimes. Everything is super easy to access on this Onkyo. I also like the big front panel font. It's easy to read from my couch. The Denon AVR-2312ci front panel display was hard to read requiring me to get up and see the front panel. I wasn't using On Screen Displays on that receiver since all HDMI 4K video switching was done in the television being the receiver has only 1080p HDMIs. I guess that's why on screen display is a big deal to me, as one of the reasons I upgraded the receiver, so I didn't have to rely on the front panel.
The more I think about the price of this TX-NR6050 the more amazed I am. The Pioneer Elite VSX-LX105 is the same receiver with Pioneers custom sound mode names and such, with an additional IR in, RS-232 port and 12V trigger output for $900! Over twice what this TX-NR6050 was. Weird though, the LX105 changes the crossover setting for each speaker to small, large, none and only offers one crossover setting for all speakers instead of individually like Onkyo. Big take away IMO. Same on screen menu order just different options.
The Onkyo TX-NR6100 with THX seems to be a more featured receiver. Weird why the Pioneer sells for $100 more. Guess it's the name and loyalty factor stuff.
As I said at $440, the TX-NR6050 is a bargain.