I'd recommend moving away from H/K. Their feature set is just so awful compared to Denon or Onkyo and they always seem to have more issues than other brands too. The previous post mentioning how HK still uses Faroudja, when several better manufacturers moved beyond them years ago. They also have inferior auto-calibration. And the $1000 (Yes, I know street price is a few hundred lower.. woo hoo.. still a major ripoff) AVR-3650 has no pre-outs?! Hell, the back of that thing looks as sparse as a Denon 1912 (other than having 12v trigger at least, but that's to be expected from receivers half that price (street) in my opinion)!
Sorry, HK, but less is NOT more. Please, guys, just let them die (unless they want to actually put some effort into their products). If I didn't care about pre-outs, I'd take a Denon 2312 over the 3650 any day, and if I did, I'd still be able to score a 3312 for less than the 3650.
My vote thus is no.
"Vintage" is good for wine, not for A/V equipment.