I just ran across this and was suprised at the uneducated viewpoint from this author. It's really another reason to mock Best Buy salespersons. http://www.bcentral.com/articles/biz...d=msn&LID=3800 "Consumer electronics chain Best Buy has plenty of nifty technology as well. Eric McClain, a product specialist in the Pinole store, said a complete, top-of-the line home theater system can cost about $4,000. That includes a Yamaha 5550 receiver ($499), a JVC XVSA95GD seven-disc progressive scan DVD player ($228), a Sony KP57HW40 57-inch projection screen high definition monitor with picture-in-picture capability ($2,499) a Bose AM15WHT surround-sound, six-piece home theater speaker system with a 200-watt subwoofer ($1,199). Top-of-the-line cables to connect it all cost another $300 for a total of $4,725." Not that any individual item mentioned above is not worth owning, it's just that after reading this forum I'm positive that this setup is far from "top-of-the-line" -- even if you only shopped at Best Buy.