I spent weeks researching the right audio setup and there are just too many options to make a choice without some input so I'm turning to the professionals, meaning those of you who have experience buying and listening to all kinds of different audio equipment. I need this to be the right purchase since it will likely be my last. Currently, I have a Panasonic 55" plasma with a bluray player, both 3D capable connected to a media PC that will be used almost solely for watching/streaming movies. Right now I'm using PC and TV speakers which is driving me crazy since I can't hear the voice dialog very well and have to constantly increase/lower the volume during commercials and loud background noise/music. I live in a small condo so I don't need anything powerful. I am open to just about any type of setup that you can recommend for my needs; i.e., receiver/speakers, self powered speakers (though my TV only has HDMI and one spdif connection), or soundbar. I just need the best option that is going to bring out the clearest voice sound and minimize background effects. It will never be turned up loud or require deep house rattling bass. It will be located in a small bedroom that is maybe 200 sq ft - if that. I'm older and have health issues so I spend alot of time in bed watching movies and just really want it to be enjoyable instead of frustrating. So far, the receivers I'm leaning towards are the Yamaha rxv671 or 673 and the Pioneer 1022 or 1122 though they're all overkill. Instead of listing all the pros and cons, I can just say that these receivers would be perfect and exactly what i want if they were 5.1 and they left out airplay, iphone connections, pandora, et al and multi zone. I just really need full on decoders (my TV won't play many of the sound files from the movies I've downloaded), upconversion (for my old vcr tapes), and auto calibration. Network connectivity, especially dlna certified is wanted but not required. I got as far as researching center channel speakers since I heard they were critical to voice dialog but then I got into reading about voice matching and if i have to do any more computer research my eyes are going to dry up and fall out. Also, I have an opportunity to buy a used Klipsch CS-1 center speaker for $100 with light use and almost new condition. It got a good review by someone who found it hard to hear voice dialog as well. This was supposed to be my first purchase and then my intent was to buy 2 shelf speakers after that when I heard about problems with mixing/matching. Your opinion/thoughts? I'd love to have your recommendations by the time Black Sunday sales start. Thanks SO much!