I was looking to get a system last year and got good recommendations for the JBL NSP1 II system. I didn't get one last summer but this time I really need to get a system, but want to try and keep it around $500. For anyone that doesn't know about the NSP1's, here's a description taken from an eBay auction: SPECIFICATIONS: General Section Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power: Satellites: 100 Watts Center: 150 Watts Impedance: 8 Ohms Sensitivity (2.83V @ 1m): 86dB satellites, 90dB center Frequency Response ( 3dB): Satellites: 75Hz 20kHz Center: 80Hz 20kHz Crossover Frequency(ies): Satellites: 3000Hz Center: 3500Hz High-Frequency Driver: 3/4" Titanium-laminate dome with EOS waveguide Low-Frequency Driver: Satellites: 4" PolyPlas cone Center: Dual 5" PolyPlas cones Dimensions (H x W x D): Satellites: 9-1/2" x 6-1/4" x 4-3/4" (241mm x 159mm x 121 mm) Center: 6-1/2" x 20-1/2" x 8-1/2" (165mm x 521mm x 216mm) Weight: Satellites: 4.5 lb (2.1kg) Center: 10 lb (4.6kg) I can get them for $240 (w/o sub), is this a fair price for this system? If not, what is? I'm looking to buy about a $200 reciever, $100 sub, $200 speakers, but am flexible with all of these prices so long as it doesn't get too expensive. It's for a small room, not sure about the exact dimensions though. This will be my first system as I am in college (we have one at home but it's an out-of-box Sony system that I don't particularly care for).