Okay, so given that i work at CC, I get discounts and such, but a system that caught my eye was the Logitech Z680 system. It's a computer speaker system but here are the specs that count. 505 watts rms (meaning peak power is 1000 watts from specs) It gives out about 62 watts rms to each channel, and 69 watts to the center channel. The subwoofer is a dual chamber, 188 watt rms 8" driver. The system itself is self amplified with optical inputs, digital input, computer inputs (which is a big plus because I can gain 5.1 surround through my pc without the need of an adapter) And it also has an adapter that allows you to connect it to a video game console system. The remote type console has a built in Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 encoder, with headphone jack and adjustable settings (bass, treble, fade and balance). I know it doesn't have the multiple uses as a real receiver has but the thing is, I don't listen to the radio, and I play mp3's through my computer, which counts for music, and I also play DVD's through my computer, via a DVD program that is also region free. It's 399.99 retail, 299.99 for customers at circuit city, and it's 199.99 for me. The real question is, is this system worth it? The other thing is, the speakers have connections on the back so if I wanted I could swap out the speakers and replace them with something else. 1) Would 62 watts rms be enough to drive a floor standing tower like the Polk Rti70's? Would 69 watts rms be enough to drive a bigger center channel speaker?