the question will be if they fixed the 'weirdness' that came with the 1130...
I'd recommend before buying, see how it handles switching formats. with the 1130, it could be set up so that switching between stereo and 5.1/7.1 worked ok, but if you also wanted atmos, there was no setting that handled all three 'well'. even just going from 5.1/7.1 to atmos was a bit annoying if the 5.1/7.1 was Dolby(it would TRY to upconvert to atmos, but fail miserably, omitting the back channels completely). I worry that the addition of DTS:X may make this worse, not better, but hopefully not. that really is the only 'complaint' I have with my 1130. I have to push 3 buttons if I want to watch an atmos movie.
I've been a fan of pioneer for years, I think they deliver the best bang for the buck for anybody not living in a sound isolated booth with golden ears. just the right amount of quality and features without going overboard.
but the 1130 felt rushed to me. many quirks that I never noticed with my older pioneer.
there was also reports of issues with the black level on hdmi inputs. I never experienced this, but the complaints seemed too common to write off as user confusion.
still wish they'd come up with a non-elite version of the 9ch receivers. I really don't see the point in atmos with 5.1.2, it's just not quite there. reminds me of '4ch surround sound'. you knew what it was trying to do, but it was so obvious that something was missing. or at the very least the extra pre-outs so you can add the additional channels
Displays: Samsung PN64F8500/JVC X35
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1130K, 7.1/5.1.2 audio
Sources: HTPC(Enby), PS3, XBOX360, Wii
Control: Harmony One