I just picked up an AVR-2650 and have had 0 issues with the video systems so far. Xbox 360 (HDMI), Xbox 1 (Component) and Wii (Composite) are all handled by the video section flawlessly.
Just for fun, I gave the EzSet EQ a try. For the most part, it did a respectable job, but seemed to be unable to figure out that I don't have a sub hooked up even though the sub is set to "off". I'm not sure if it's because of this fact or not, but the fronts (AMR EXP-12V reference monitors) are a little light in the low end. The "bass" setting under audio effects doesn't seem to really affect bass, but turn up the overall level more than anything - very odd. Does anyone know if there's any way of accessing the EQ curves applied by the EzSet stuff? Even if it's over the RS232, I'm game.
Edit: After much research, trial, and error, I got some really good sounding results out of the ezset system. Calling it "ez", i would not. I ended up having to sit holding the mic very quietly and adjust its height and angle for different speakers as they were being EQed in the final phase. Pointing the top of the mic cone directly at a speaker helps tremendously when the system insists on making harsh 3-6K spikes in its curve.
I'm still disappointed that EQ curves aren't tweakable, and a little amazed that nobody has figured out a hack to get to them. I suspect that there are a finite number of parametric EQs per channel with a few bytes storing the settings for each. Is there really no way to get to and/or manipulate this data?