First off, I want to say that I'm new here, and I hope to learn a lot from your wonderful community. I've just started my (serious) foray into home audio (I've been doing car audio for years), so I hope you can help me do this right. My current stereo consists of the following: - harman/kardon AVR 55 receiver (55 watts x 5) - Definitive Technology BP 10B speakers - Definitive Technology PROSUB100 10" subwoofer - Kimber Kable PBJ inteconnects, Monster XP-HT speaker wire - Sony DVP-NS755V DVD Video / Super Audio CD player I just feel like I'm not giving my speakers enough power, so I'd like to add a separate amplifier. I honestly don't know what to give you for a budget, as I've never been amplifier shopping, but I'm sure based on my other components you can recommend something that fits in with my current system. Also note that this stereo will be primarily for music. I watch the occasional movie and play games on it, but I'm in too small of a room to consider a multi-channel setup for the moment. Thanks a bunch.