Another GaN smaller integrated, Technics SU-G30 has everything bar the kitchen sink.

This smaller SU-G30 integrated version of the SU-R1000 I started last week has it all, it's the  complete network audio integrated amp. Nowhere near the power of the SU-R1000, but all the goodies, for $4k looks great for units and offices or smaller hifi systems.

Cheers George
Not quite ’all’

... nor any semblance of customer service capability, even at the most basic level, in the usa

complicated all in one unit like this... something goes bad, you are down a river with no paddle...
Only 1 line input kills it for me, wouldn’t consider for that reason alone
I actually have this model and have been using it as my main source of amplification while waiting for a new amplifier to arrive (one of my JC-1s broke).  I think it is quite a good value used (about $2K) since you can just plug in a digital source and don't need an external dac.  

There is one huge caveat IMHO with Technics implementation of this technology in my experience with the SU-G30.  The analog input is digitized, and that conversion adds a significant digital flavor to the sound coming out of the speakers compared to a pure analog setup (in my case BHK pre and JC-1 amps).  
How does the network side of things sound as it being a basically digital tuner as well,  (DAB+ sound) like we have in Au?

Also if you've done what's the sound like with a higher end dac feeding it? 

Cheers George
I have used the DLNA compatibility to wirelessly stream music off of a Sony HAP-Z1ES server, but I found that I greatly preferred the sound quality of something directly connected to the unit (like a CD player or music directly off a USB drive).  However, the Sony is not known for having a really clean digital output, so my results are certainly not conclusive.  I do like the built-in internet radio feature. 

I have hooked up a Holo May dac and Marantz SA-10 CD player to the Technics, and IMHO the sound is improved over feeding it a digital signal, but only slightly.  With my regular amp and preamp, the Holo May will make some digital recordings sound as good as reel to reel tape or an excellent vinyl system.  When played through the Technics, the sound of the Holo May is changed into something resembling a delta-sigma dac type of sound.