Pickings are getting very slim to none! Unless you wanta spend upwards of 2k or more plenty of those that the rich and famous buy all the time. Them new Yamaha AVR's are going as fast as they get them in. Denon and Marantz are getting to be slim pickings also. It just really came down for me as I didn't want to spend close to 1k on a AVR I've spent soooo much on AVR's in the past 10 years I could've got a nice use car or truck. Just wanted a Modest set up that's good enough not trying to chase the last one percent anymore.\n\n\nI switched out to the Sony STR-DN1080 and picked up two up firing atmos speakers this evening. So I now have a 5.1.2 setup. Got it setup and did some testing HDR and Dolby Vision pass through. Damn would you look at that. Picture perfect, no banding at all. What ever compatibility issues Yamaha claim that Apple TV and 2020 model TVs is 100% on them, not Apple or TV manufactures. I honestly think they rushed the new receivers out cash in on the next gen consoles with HDMI 2.1 features. Features they have no plans until sometime next year to activate.\n\nSound wise, the Sony is really good. Still trying to figure it out everything on it. Looks like people recommend to keep the receiver on A.F.D.and let the receiver decode the sound as it was originally intended. I started up Greyhound on Apple TV which runs in atmos and holy hell. You can hear everything, including the water drops from rain\/water spray which I mistook for static at first. Yamaha didn’t do that, of course it may be atmos doing it. This is my first atmos setup. The receiver is supposed to simulate sound behind you with virtual speakers and I’ll be damned, it actually works. I honestly wasn’t excepting that, I figured it was BS marketing. Positioning of sound seems to be pretty accurate in location.\n\nThe GUI is pretty clean and easy to navigate. I have only explored a little of it, but it looks to be packed full of features.\n\nMy only complaint so far is that my up firing atmos speakers (and only them) have a slight high pitched whine noise when idle\/nothing coming through them. I’ll recheck my cabling tomorrow and then browse through the settings and see if I can fix it. The atmos speakers are 6 ohms, but all my others are 8 ohms. I don’t think that would do it would it since I have them on a separate channel? Receiver is 6 ohms.\n\nOverall, I am very happy with my choice of switching out the Yamaha to the Sony. Even if I did spend a little more than I wanted to.