Forget about "brand image", often times it means nothing. Think about what features you need and would like to have and find the best avr that suits your needs for the price you want to pay. Also take into account what room correction software the avr has. I like audyssey a lot and the denon 1713 is a great bang for your buck receiver that uses audyssey MultEQ XT (best version on units under apprx $800+) and has networking capabilities. Your speakers are very easy to power and pretty much all decent entry level receivers are more then capable to drive them.
I'd also suggest you look into a different sub, the psw10 is a real dog....but if you already bought it try it out and see if it works for you for now. If you haven't purchased it yet, I suggest you look into the psw505 or bic f12.
I don't need snobs to tell me how to think, thank you!