I was in the military for many years and know the feeling, I lived in a dorm for many years and was so stoked when I bought my first home as I had been collecting a large stereo system and was finally able to play it without worrying about bothering my dorm mates. couple of questions; what is your budget, how large is the room you are setting the above up in, and what are your listening preferences? You also have to factor in budget. If you can, get the highest model you can, I run a RX-A3010 in a 24'X18' room with no issues, and my wife has a 12'X12' room running a RX-A3010 with Polk RTi8, RSi5 surround and RCi4 center and in both situations getting to reference is a ear bleeding experience and both systems don't run out of gas. Now I added external amps to my system just for the extra headroom if needed but I still only listen to it at +38 at the loudest (even though older recordings do require more volume due to the way they were recorded, i.e. Van Halen, Motley Crue ect.) You also look to run two subs, so to get the best results for YPAO you will need to go with the RX-AXX20 or RX-AXX30 series to get the benefit of YPAO setting up the subs correctly. You can go with the RX-A830 if in the future you do plan to add external amplification as I do believe that model has pre outs.
Hope this helps and happy listening
P.S. I do have the CX-A5000 on preorder as I am going back to separates but that is a different story
Yamaha CX-A5000, ATI AT 2007 Amp (7X200W), ATI AT 2004 Amp (4X200W)Klipsch RF 63's - Main, RB 61's - Front heights, RC-62 - Center, RS-62's - Surround, RS-52's - Rear Surround, 2 Rythmik DS-1510 DIY Subwoofers (With PEQ600XLR3 Amp) each connected with Antimode 8033S-II, Oppo BDP-95, MMF-7.1, Project Phono Box RS, XBox 360, XBox One