After getting into dvd and HT awhile ago, I all of a sudden got into car audio and started spending all my money on that. Well, things change and I'm not getting heavily back into HT. (probably because I lost my license for 1 1/2 years) So, anyways I'm looking to make some adjustments/improvements to my somewhat okay system. Currently it's like this: 32" Toshiba tv Pioneer VSX-D608 DD/DTS receiver Sony DVP-S530D dvd player Polk Audio RT55 fronts, RT35 rears, CS245 center JBL pb12 Subwoofer Monster Cable all around PS2, Dreamcast, N64 I'm a college student and only make $6.75 an hour at my job. So upgrades and alterations will have to be within reason. No HDTV or super high-end stuff for me just yet. A couple things I'd like to add are a somewhat okay vcr, cd player, and a universal (maybe touchscreen) remote. My dvd remote just died, so that's at the top of the list. Thinking about that Sony RM-AV2100 which can be had for $90 online. Another thing that I've been looking into is one of those mega cd changers for music listening. I'm really into music and have a lot of cds. My dvd player won't play CD-Rs. I was looking into a 5 disc changer, but thought it might be more convenient to have 300 or so cds at my control. Any suggestions on a good changer that isn't too spendy and that doesn't break/jam would be apprecieated. I'll be picking up a cheap hifi stereo vcr sometime as well. Nothing fancy since I only watch old taped episodes of Seinfeld, Simpsons, Mr. Show, etc... anyways. Have been thinking of upgrading my receiver as well. I have a friend who says he'll buy my current one for $300 which is a pretty sweet deal. Been thinking of going for a Yamaha HTR-5460 which I've found for $350. ($500 at Crutchfield) I know Yamaha is well regarded. I really need a lot of S-Video inputs, (my current reciever and the Yamaha both have 5) but not totally needing Component inputs yet. (yamaha has 2) Should I maybe try and find a receiver with 6.1 discrete processing or should I not worry too much about that now? I'll be upgrading my center channel speaker to a Polk CS400. Sounds better and looks meaner. Matches better with my fronts as well. Tv will remain the same until next year maybe, when after my tax return and selling my current tv and saving for a few months, I might go for cheap HDTV. Hopefully prices will be even better. Toshiba 40" here I come? I'll keep my current sub for now. It's actually not all that bad, I've had many complaints in my apartment building. I'm sure SVS would toast it, but I do live in an apartment. I guess the last thing would be power protection. Something I currently do not have. Was thinking of going with Monster. Nothing too over the top, like a HTS2000 most likely. Just looking for some suggestions, tips, anything. Thanks a bunch.