This is something I've been wondering about myself recently. We are about to completely overhaul the TV/hi-fi set up at our home. We have a wireless network as well as running Cat5 cabling to certain areas of the house, including the area in the front room where the new flat screen and related equipment will be located. Ultimately I'm wanting to share our small(ish) music collection (downloaded via iTunes and ripped from CD collection) with whatever equipment is installed, if at all possible. Due to the size and layout of our room, a full 5.1 system isn't going to be easy (actually near on impossible unless we want to rip everything out and start again - which isn't going to happen), so we were recommend to look at 2.1 systems.
This is what I've been doing and came across the Denon S-302. It does do Internet Radio, assuming that this is what is meant in the spec "Access to 7,000 Internet radio stations (MP3, WMA)". At first, the fact that it doesn't do DAB radio was a concern, however having since found out that there is no schedule for decommissioning the FM signal and the comments from members of the forum, I'm starting to not be so bothered by this 'lack' of functionality. The only thing that people should consider with Internet Radio, is that if you listen to it a lot, how does that affect any limitations or caps of the service provided by your ISP. (I haven't done the maths - and I should based on my background in IT, for example how much data is downloaded in a 128k compressed station if you listen to it for one hour.)
Personally, I'd be very interested in any opinions/reviews of the S-302.