Also, I had a bit of trouble with the initial setup. I took the opportunity to do a little cable tidying at the same time as setting up the new receiver, and bought some flexi-tube to keep the speaker cables organised, and another tube for the HDMI cables. But when I went to fire it up, there was no video signal coming from the BD player. After a bit of experimenting with different sources, different HDMI ports, and different cables, the problem seemed to be when the HDMI cables (from the BD player to the receiver, and from the receiver to the TV) were touching at a specific point. I checked to make sure it wasn't just a loose port by holding the plug rock-steady, and just moving the cable. I even checked it with several different cables, and it still seemed to happen only when the two cables were touching. I eventually "solved" it by making sure those cables were separated. But it made me wonder about the cause of the problem - do HDMI cables suffer from interference with each other, and why? If they do, then surely this must be a pretty common problem?