Weird, this is a 2011 model and it does not appear to be very popular. There is very little in the way of reviews out there for it.
Spec wise I can't see anything to complain about, it has a feature set that matches most of today's consumer 7.1 receivers minus network connectivity. I recently plunked down $270ish on yamahas rx-v375 because my old sony 2 channel receiver of 15+ years had a broken connection in it that was sending raw power to the right speaker.
That said what I learned about receivers when researching what to replace it with was that a) they aren't cheap and b) HDMI switch boards aren't all built as good as the sound components.
I actually plunked down the cash on a 4 year warranty at best buy for my new yamaha because if it breaks, there is no "Oh I'll just get the same one, it should be dirt cheap 3 years from now". Heck at best buy the cheapest 2 channel receiver was $140ish. And I couldn't do much better online. And one of the reasons I was afraid was because a lot of user reviews of receivers in the past several years complained that the hdmi switching board had some or all ports fail within a year or two. I am hoping this 2013 line of receivers will fare much better.