Next potential project is replacing my twenty year old AV receiver which has lost its centre channel amp so it is now limping along in four channel stereo mode while I decide if and what to replace it with: Budget, mid-range or something more up-market.
What surprises me is that you can't easily select an alternate audio input from the video input which is something I sometimes do for example to listen to TMS (time-delayed recording on a PVR) while watching the cricket on another source device. Finally figured out that if I use my existing HDMI/optical switch as just as an optical audio switch and use its output as if it were the TV optical audio output then I can select audio and video sources independently.
The other requirement which seems poorly supported is analogue audio line-level output to feed my RF wireless headphones but figured I can bypass any new receiver completely and stick with my manual SCART switch box which splits off an analogue audio feed.
BT Infinity 1 (unlimited)