Receiver: Onkyo TX-RZ810

In case you can’t tell, I think the RZ810 a superb a/v receiver. If you need a receiver and can live with “only” three HDMI ports supporting HDR and Atmos, I highly recommend the Onkyo TX-RZ810.

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Receiver: Sony STR-DN1080

If you want to cut to the chase, I returned the Sony after a week of using it as my primary a/v receiver in my 5.2 setup and replaced it with a more powerful receiver that was a slightly older model from a different manufacturer.

Laptop: Acer Nitro 5 Gaming Laptop

The Acer Nitro provides a lot of bang for the buck. The only drawbacks are the lack of a touchscreen or high-end graphics card. However, sacrifices had to be made at this price point. At the end of the day, the Nitro is a solid gaming platform. The resolution and image are good. The graphics…

Handgun: SIG P365

The following is a special guest review submitted by KJ. There are several common ways to carry a concealed handgun. If, like me, you prefer to pocket-carry, you spend a lot of time carefully weighing capability against the gun’s bulk. Tiny differences can matter a lot. So, you will probably be focused on a 6+1…