I currently have this model Denon and ls 50 metas and an r2c and have been racking my brain dealing with the dialogue bleed coming out of surrounds when upmixing any content less than 5.1. Literally complaints all over the web and support pages and the update keeps getting pushed back for this fix. Would a Yamaha be pretty similar in ease of us and features? Apparently they don’t have the dialogue bleed issue\n\nI find the upmixing on the Denon to be quite good. Some content is faulty and can result in strange behavior from any AVR. However, tinkering with various settings while playing any content on the Denon can result in the Bleeding of dialogue across the front. This is remedied by switching sources for a moment and then switching back again. It is an annoyance and just one of several reasons my Denon will be going back to the store. F#%k Denon, I thought Yamaha's GUI was bad. Oh, and HEOS implementation is absolute s#%t! But, the thing passes an amazing picture and the sound is impressive for a box at this price point. If it is a one and done setup and say a game console is used to do all of one's media playback, this is definitely a great option that will not break the bank. \n\nConcerning Re:Zero, I did not notice any bleeding of the 2.0 track dialogue using the Dolby surround up mixer in the Denon. Use anything but Dolby Surround or DTS Neural: X and you may get some strange behavior with any signal.