Newbie, here. I'm tired of listening to FotR and hearing static whenever the sound gets loud or high-pitched. So I've decided I need better speakers than the ones on my tv. Problem is, I don't have the patience to test or brain-power to consider all the options. Price comparisons are about all I have the will for. I don't need whiz-bang or lots of power. I just want to hear most of what's going on. It'll go in my bedroom which isn't that big (I'm nearsighted anyway, so I'm close to the tv). Eventually though, I'll want a full system. Through my father, I have access to the PX's no-tax, low price, shipping included prices. Here's what they've got (I'm assuming they are all in pairs, though not all the descriptions say so)--Should I get a HTIB (PX has them too) or go with one of these and expand later if I get the opportunity? (rank them in case they've run out of something.) KLH 300W Surround System - $79 (front and center speakers) TW09B 2-Way Twisty Speakers - $59 AV1001 5 1/4" 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers - $39 325-II Bookshelf Speakers - $79 w/ 525-II Deluxe Center Channel Speaker - $79 JBL N28II Northridge Series 8" Bookshelf Speaker - $279 N26II Northridge Series 6" Bookshelf Speaker - $179 N26AWII Northridge Series 6" Bookshelf Speaker - $229 N24II Northridge Series 4" Bookshelf Speaker - $149 N24AWII Northridge Series 4" Bookshelf Speaker - $189 S26II "The Studio Series" 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers - $289 Cerwin-Vega V-5M V-Series 5" Two-Way Bookshelf Speakers - $109 w/ V-5C V-Series "Two-Way Center Channel Speaker" - $89.00 LS-5 2-Way Bookshelf Speakers - $139 Kenwood KS-P150AV "Bookshelf Surround Speaker Package" - $149 Infinity Entra One Bookshelf Speakers - $249 btw, is there a way to tell if your outlets are grounded? Other than opening the socket up, that is? Thanks!