Just for fun. What was the first movie you saw in surround sound, in a home theater. Not digital surround, just plain old surround. The movie/demo you heard that GOT YOU INTO THIS DAMNED HOBBIE! Here's my story... I was 14, and True Lies had just come out on video. I was sitting at home, bored, flipping through the channels. My friend comes over, and says "hey, I just rented True Lies. You should come over and watch it!" I asked him why we couldn't just watch it at my house, since he was already there, and he said he wanted to watch it on his dad's TV(cause it was bigger) He also said his dad got a new stereo. I was game. I went over, and I'll never forget this. We went into an almost dark basement, with the blue glow of the fish tank right when you walk down the stiars. His dad was watching sports talk(without the "stereo" turned on. just tv speakers.) My friend told his dad what movie we had, and said "POP it in" That's when it happened. WE ff'd the previews and went right to the movie, and...IT WASN'T JUST A STEREO SYSTEM, IT WAS DOLBY PRO LOGIC SURROUND! Although, now I'm sure it would sound crappy compared to my system, it was amazing at the time. I remember bullets flying over my head, the explosion sounded cool, and the jet flyover was amazing! That is what got me into this whole thing. just curious as to your first home theater experience.