Its been a busy day so it was 4:45 PM EDT when I opened Audio Classics website today and went to New Arrivals. There listed was a MX 151 I have been waiting to negotiate for since last January. So I called Steve and he had just gotten back from Virginia and didn't know it had been listed. But with in a few minutes step one of the deal was made. Ryan will check the unit and make sure all the updates have been made and confirm the unit is complete and in fine working order. Then it will be shipped along with a call tag for my trade in MX-119. Then once Ryan does the final check on the 119 we will finish doing the deal. But I guarantee it will be at a fraction of the cost of a MX 160, which I don't need at this time. To say I have the tingles is a mild understatement. This is almost as much fun as when I bought my matched pair of MC 275's back in 1968, or set up my Grands for Christmas in 69. or purchased my first MC 207 and the MX 119 in 08. I have down loaded the owners manual and have started reading. Like I always say read the manual first. It will save you time and a bunch of frustration. Fortunately I have only need to make a pair of balanced cables for my MVP 891. So it will be using two inputs. CD2 will be for analog sound only and DVD will be for DVD= blu ray. Then I'll use the DVR for the Pioneer recorder, I'll remove the JVC 9000 S VHS, But will connect the 861 as CD 1 and the pioneer Laser disc player via the RFD2 I'm holding in reserve. So Steve may get a surprise when I ship my MAC-3 and two D-150 A's back to him. In the mean time I'm going to make a new master hook up diagram to replace the current one. Get out the colored pins and transfer the cables that are numbered from the current hook diagram to the new one. Then when the 151 shows up it will be a simple plug and play. (I HOPE) Then i'll try room perfect with my room EQ's all by passed. Then we'll know which set up is better. Parametric EQ's set up with room analyzer or Room Perfect.