So after a few setbacks, I am back for some advice. Moving to a new home but still having to rent/maintain the old one is far more expensive than I was expecting. Anyway, I have made some changes to how I want to build my media room. I want to buy equipment first instead of planning everything around seating. So I want a flat panel TV. It has to be 60" minimum, but the bigger the better. I had been concentrating on the Panasonic 60" GT, but I am opening up to anything now. I want something good quality and rated at 100,000 hours. As for audio, although I know its against what most people say, I am really favoring a high-end soundbar with wireless sub. I say that because the install costs or the level of difficulty/time that it will take makes it really difficult for me to consider wired audio. My room shape makes it very hard to get surround wires run, even behind the baseboard. So I do really need some help with this. I had a MartinLogan and Bowers & Wilkins soundbar suggested to me as very nice. I went to a Best Buy to listen to them and they were nice. It was a horrible demo, but I could tell they were nice. For budget, I'll say around $5000 for audio/video. I'll handle seating separately. Thanks in advance.