Ok, I'm a poor college student, I want to start building a home theater. One step at a time. I think ill start with the audio since video technology is moving along at such a rapid pace I would hate to invest in a new TV justt yet. Here is what I've got on hand right now. Audio: 1. Two tower speakers by paradigm. 2. A center speaker made by KLH. 3. Two KLH surrond speakers. 4. A KLH sub. 5. One of those cheap all in one system stereo things I got when I was younger. 6. A pair of grado SR60 headphones. Video: 1. A TV that looks like it might have been cutting edge way back in the late 70's early 80's. 2. An extra 17inch CRT monitor that i currently connect my iBook to in order to play dvd's.(audio is supplied via the sr60's) 3. An Apple Ibook (which is only kinda video.) 4. A PC, sporting a geforce 4 ti4200 with s-video out. I have pictures of all the gear but I cant post them yet. My plan is this: Purchase a reciver that will be able to amp up speakers well enough that I wont have to replace it any time soon. After that pick up a set of really nice well made speakers, something that has the build quillity to last quite some time. I really like the idea of buying equipment once and having it last forever simply because it was designed right in the first place. Once audio is out of the way I will obviously have to update the tv. However that seems pricy so ill leave that for last. Oh and I'll have to get a DVD player somewhere in there. What do you think would be the best course of action? Any recomendations on recivers, or speakers would be great.