None of those systems you list indicate that they have dts-MA/DolbyTrue HD which I find hard to believe so the specs listed on that site may not be accurate. I'd go to the mfr site and look at the specs there or download their respective manuals and see what's in there. If you want to listen to lossless audio (which a lot of BD movies have now), you'll need to make sure that those audio formats are available in your receiver (BD player as well). I have a Yamaha HTiB system (YHT-395) and have been very happy with it. The speakers could be better (which is true for most HTiB systems) so I will be upgrading them later on this year but all in all, it has been a solid performer and sounds very nice in our environment. I have it paired with a Panasonic BDT-210 BD player and the two play exceptionally well together. I would make sure that whatever system you get that the speaker terminals on the receiver are universal. IOW, they can take any type of speaker connection so you can easily upgrade your speakers should you choose to do so. Most do but it doesn't hurt to check. The last thing you want is some proprietary connection that will only work with a few speaker types. Onkyo makes nice HTiB systems as well but there have been quite a few negative comments about them this last year. Or, you could go the preferred route and buy a nice receiver and match it with a nice set of speakers. However, that's a bit more expensive but your speakers choices are considerably greater.