I'm presently toying with a Sony STR-6800 SD. Unfortunately, I don't have any decent pictures of it as its front lamps are all burned out. My first order of business was to get the thing playing again, which I'd sort of written off as beyond my skill set. Well, come to find someone who halfway knows what he's talking about when it comes to these sorts of things and some investigation of my own and I find a section of a board was pretty singed. Replaced those components and gave the pots a cursory cleaning and it seems much better than it had been. Unfortunately, I doubt my work is done as there's still an odd quirk with it when it's powered on cold. Might be the capacitor near the transformer that's nearly the width of my wrist and that gives me a bit of concern when I contemplate toying with it, no question! Anyway, it's a beautiful machine, so I'm trying to step carefully in what work I do on it. I'd like it to survive my fumbling and go back into active service. As it stands now, it sounds quite lovely even when I'm just using it as the front end for my Fiio portable player.