Little update... Got home and of course the net mode key works perfect. I also hit the SC-61 Web GUI. Really really wish I knew about that when I was initially configuring Pandora as its so much easier. It looked similar to yours, though I can't say for certain it's exactly the same.
I was troubleshooting an issue with Airplay on the AVR. My network consists or a standard DOCSIS 2.0 Motorola modem, Cisco WRT610N router, and my AV gear is wired up to a Cisco SR2024T 24 port unmanaged small business router that is fed via CAT6 to the router. The main PC in my kitchen nook wouldn't activate airplay via wireless, nor would wireless apple ios devices. If I temporarily wired the PC to the switch Airplay would work. I knew they could physically communicate because I could ping the AVR and reach the GUI from the PC. I ended up just needing to activate multicast traffic on the router and now everything is perfect with all devices.
I was happy to get it fixed, I peacocked over to the girlfriend with her iPhone to show off my genius. As soon as I hand her the phone after I activated a song her hand hits the volume slider on the iPhone and I swear to god it must have hit 120db on my RF-7 II's.
After diving across the room like a pitcher was trying to pick me off of first base to turn down the volume dial on the SC-61, both our ears ringing, my initial joy had turned decidedly less strong. For some reason Apple can't figure out how volume works on IOS from what I gather online. Via both iTunes and Google Music (airplayed via Airfoil PC app) the volume slider is perfect. On IOS it's at least 3-4 times louder at the same volume.
I set the max volume on her phone about half way so it would still function in the car, but even that on where my receiver starts up (around - 30 or so IIRC) would be absolutely blaring, probably well past loud movies I've watched very near reference. Apple, it just works.
I was just glad to make it out of the night with my RF-7 II's intact...