I've been sitting on the fence waiting for DTS: X to be factory loaded and weighing the pros and cons of the Yamaha 3050, Denon X6200, and the Pioneer 90 series. MarkMul1 had me eliminating the Yamaha for a while, but after his verification that DSU was the same on both Denon and Yamaha, it's back in. I've had a Yamaha RX-Z11 since it's introduction and I really like the DSP processing. I'm all set for 7.2.4, by putting Atlantic Technology DA-44 Atmos-enabled speakers on top of my tower side surrounds for "top middle / rear" in place of the "rear presence" speakers and using an Emotiva XPA-200 for FLR. Once I study the manual, I may be able to use the "rear presence" for Zone 2 background music during Christmas/parties, etc. I'm awaiting owner reports on the Pioneer 90 series and the X6200, but at the present I'm inclined to the Yamaha 3050. It's been out for a while, now, compared to the yet to be released Denon/Pioneer AVR's and may see some good pricing around Black Friday.
Samsung UN75HU8550FXZA, SEK 3500 OCB in den, Sony XBR79X900B in LR, JVC RS600, Grandview 120" 1.3g curved screen in Batcave Mancave
Polk LSiM703 fronts, RTi-12 rears, LsiC and LSiM 706 centers, Monitor 40 Heights, Monitor 60 FW, ED A6t sides, Phillips BDP 7501 for small size,
Two Emotiva XPA-5's for the Beds and TC, BasX-7 for the tops, Marantz AV7702MKII in batcave. Oppo 203 in den.