My 1910 arrived yesterday. I still have to hang my speakers and run the wires through the walls (I love cutting holes in drywall), but decided to lay everything out and set up the receiver anyways. Set up was a breeze, although it keeps telling me my front speakers and my right surround are out of phase. I've checked all the connections and they are correct. So I did what the maual suggested and hit "ignore". It also took me a minute to realize you can't change in input names (like dvd to HD-DVD, and DVR to BLU-RAY) all from the same menu, you have to switch to each one individually and then going to the "set up input" menu option.
I think the 1910 sounds great. Had a buddy over and he wanted to hear the opening battle scene from Saving Private Ryan, so we threw that in, and checked out the DTS track on that. Then I threw in Dark Knight, on Blu Ray, and flipped to a few scenes to check out. I hate that my Toshiba HD-DVD player will only pass Multi Channel audio over HDMI. I might have to hooke up a fiber optic from it to the Denon, so I can get bitstream. Been thinking of throwing my 2 Toshiba HD-DVD players, and all 60 some of my HD DVDs as a package deal on ebay. Figured I could get enough to replace my favorites out of them on Blu-Ray. Hopefully this weekend I will get the speakers wall mounted, and wires run in wall.
Setup wasn't as straight forward as my 3808, but wasn't that much different either. Reading through this thread, before hand, really gave me some insite on the set up process, and different settings. I'm still playing with a few. I will say the Denon remote is horrible, but bought a Harmony One with this, and that was a breeze to setup also. Used the Denon remote to get everything setup, then it was put in the drawer with all the other remotes. Nice to have a remote free coffee table for once in my life.