I hear you, but I do give the guy credit for admitting his setting\/connection related mistake and gave thanks and credit due to D+M and SU along with the willingness to accept flying eggs. Hopefully in future if he encounter some inexplicably bad results he would take the time investigate before........ People make mistakes, the important thing is to learn from mistakes, not dwell on..I agree except for the fact that from all the hyperbolic posts that came out of that review from respected members of the wider home audio crowd that definitely cost Denon and their dealers some sales. Some will have waited for the rewrite and some will just move to a different Denon model but many will have bought something else not Denon because of it. JD on AVS was even called an apologist for Denon who should just get out of the way for simply posting a response from Denon in the owners thread. That was effed up IMHO but I do believe in forgiving. Just not the forget part. \n\nAmir should remember this one and I'm sure anyone breathlessly posting links to his reviews in the future will too. It's not the fact that he had some faulty testing methods. That happens. It's the fact that many but not all ASR members were so quick to start with the name calling and hyperbole before Denon had a chance to respond. \n\n"Id kick it down a flight of stairs."\n\n"Take a hammer to it and light it on fire Office Space style on YT."\n\n"They are trash."\n\n"They are sheisters."\n\nToo many more posts like those to remember but there's some soul searching that needs to go on with those folks as well. Otherwise calling that site a science based forum just sounds like a load of crap with that many pitchforks at the ready.