Hey guys, I just ordered a Sony 40" XBR2 TV and could use some help choosing a Sony receiver A/V. All this technology is confusing to me: I'm not sure which features I need. I currently have a very basic progressive scan DVD player (component out). At the end of the year, I plan on buying a PS3, which includes the Blu-ray DVD player. I guess at that point, I won't need my old DVD player anymore. Anyway, on to the receiver. Is there anything wrong with buying an older model, such as the DA5000ES? It doesn't have HDMI capabilities, but I figure that when I get the PS3, I'll run the HDMI cord directly to the TV and the coaxial audio to the receiver. Is there any downside to that? An alternative is to buy a current model receiver. The best one in my price range is the DG600 (which also does not have HDMI). Is there any reason to choose the DG600 over the older DA5000ES unit? Although the DG800 (which features HDMI Passthrough, whatever that is) is out of my pricerange, if you tell me the DG800 is superior to both, I can hold out and save my pennies. btw, what's the difference between HDMI Passthrough and HDMI output? Thanks in advance for your help!