Hello, I am primarily a video game player but also enjoy DVDs as much as thenext guy. I have a PS2 and know that Dolby Pro Logic II will be used in upcoming games to add a surround sound experience. I first considered the Bose 3-2-1 system. Their new display caught my eye when I went to check out receivers and the idea of having 3 speakers instead of 6 was appealling. Ticket price is $999 so I figured I would investigate and see what else I could get with my money. I wasn't even sure if this Bose system did Dolby Pro Logic II. (Which thanks to this site I now know it isn't possible for the Bose system to do DPL-2 since it doesn't have the6 speaker configuration) I ended up seeing the Harman Kardon-120 at Circuit city for $399. They were out of stock, but I was able to get one from Hifi.com for $350. Circuit City also had the RM-6000 Polk Surround speakers for $599. This was a bit out of my price range so I kept looking. I ended up at Crutchfield.com where they had the same speakers for $399! I didn't see many reviews of these speakers but for $399 I couldn't pass them up! I also got: 2 Sanus 30" Speaker Stands $99 at Best Buy 1 Monster 13' Optical cable for $45 at Circuit City 2x Acoustic Research 50' speaker wire 16-gauge bundles for $20 each at Best Buy So after wiring and everything I spent $933 on my system. (I doubt the Bose system included wiring) I know this is a very low end system, but I am pretty happy with it. Of course that may all change after I get it hooked up. The only negative I have right now is that the Sub for the Polk speakers is not shielded and I want to put it behind my TV. Hopefully it is far enough away from the picture tube that it won't cause a problem. (Any suggestions on this will be appreciated) I just wanted to share my experience with all of you and get any negative or positive feedback. Also, any tips on setup from people who already have this receiver or speaker system would be appreciated. I will reply to this post later after I get things hooked up and let you all know how it sounds. Thanks for listening.