Need some advice. Have been perusing all sorts of sites and publications in advance of getting a new Home Theater. I live in Salt Lake City, and know of several dealers who sell and install home theater gear. I am hoping to go to them with an understanding of what they will be talking about and able to filter out unnecessary mumbo jumbo, as it were. My home has a large family room downstairs. The room is roughly 15x20'. In it, there is an 8 year old 50" Mitsubishi RP-TV that has suffered through teens plugging and unplugging their game systems over the years, often leaving it on for seemingly days on end. This set worked well when new. Hooked up to DirecTV, it was a revelation back in the early 90's, but it is now essentially trashed and is going away. My wife and I quit going down to watch it some time ago. The teens have left and now my wife wants to overhaul the area with new furniture and put in a home theater. I have envisioned a screen with projector. I can control ambient lighting. Viewers will be ~12' from the source. I am somewhat open on dollars, although I was hoping to stay under 7,500 dollars for all equipment and installation. This may not be feasable, but that is what I was hoping. I also am hoping that the equipment will be not too complicated to operate as I do not wish to be needed every time someone wants to watch a movie. My stereo equipment upstairs consists of NAD electronics and Klipsch speakers. I have had Klipsch speakers since I was in college when I got my first pair of Heresy's. I don't see many references to Klipsch on this forum. I like them, but am not stuck on them either. I have seen Bose surround stuff and can envision the satellites hanging from the existing track lighting, making them virtually invisible. Most people don't seem to like them for serious work. I am not interested in having audio gear that will blow me out of the room with. Those days are long past. If someone can throw out a list of gear, I would be very happy. I would like to know what, how much (approx), and why you picked those pieces. There appears to be no limit to what you CAN spend. I want to get a very good setup the first time that I will be happy with for several years to come.