I just signed onto this forum a few days ago and I have to say I am addicted. I am looking for some general advise about how to upgrade my existing home theatre, which I built piece by piece in high school, college and grad school. My current system (and I use the word system loosely) is as follows TV: Panasonic CT27SF DVD: Sony DVP S530D VCR: Samsung Hi-Fi Reciever: Yamaha RV501 FC: Bose 201 RC: Bose Acoustamas 3 CC: Definitive: Procenter 100 Sub: Velodyne CHT 8 I am just getting out of grad school and I want to upgrade. I know that Bose have to go and they will I just want some opinions on my plan of action. The first step is to upgrade my FCs. I want to keep the cost to about $800, and because I live in an apartment building and already have a sub, I don’t need overly powerful fronts. I am thinking about replacing the 201’s with something like Paradigm Ref Studio 20s (which I eventually hope to move to replace my RCs and then again get new FCs.) As I know that my current receiver is a bit light to power the Paradigms, step 2 is to replace the receiver with a higher end receiver like the Rotel RSX 1055 or the Arcam AVR 200. (The budget for this portion is about 1300) I would also think about getting a center channel to match my fronts at this point. Step three maybe to upgrade the TV or possibly the front channels, in which case I was thinking of adding a two channel amp and using that to power the new fronts. Whether I upgrade the TV or the speakers depends upon the size of the apartment that I live in at the time. If I go with the TV it will probably be something like the Samsung 43in DLP projection, or an LCD if the technology is better by then. Please let me know if you have any suggestions, like I should be looking at other things in my price range at any step, the order of the steps or anything…and remember this is a multi year plan and therefore subject to change.