Hello. I am in the US Navy stationed in Japan and don't have an elaborate system like most of the fella's here... yet. Being in Japan I don't have access to alot of the stores that you might. My only place to shop from is the local Navy Exchange (Kind of like a WALMART) and they don't really carry high end consumer electronics. If I go out in town I face the prospect of ridiculously inflated prices. My current setup is: JVC 32" TV Kenwood KRF V7773D receiver JVC XV-NK58 DVD player Bose AM10 Speaker system I finally got off my lazy butt and filed my tax return and I'm glad I did. I'm getting a fat $3900 and I have permission from the wife to spend it any way I want! Well, what I need from the knowledge compendium here is some advice for some upgrades. Should I upgrade my receiver, DVD player or speakers? My number one priority is the TV. I want at least a 65" widescreen. I will be watching alot of 4:3 programming so I am kind of worried about burn in as well. Some models I have been eyeing are: Hitachi 60VS810, 60V715 or 60V710 Mitsubishi WS-65313 Sony KDF-60WF655 or KDF-60XS955 Toshiba 63HX93 Some of the receivers I have been eyeing are: Harmon Kardon AV7200 Yamaha RX-V650, HTR-5790 or RX-V1400 Can you guys help me out with some suggestions for other receivers. Also, I must sadly admit that when I bought the Bose speakers I was under the impression that they were the best speakers you could buy. However, since researching home theatre upgrades I have learned that statement is not true. Granted, I do like the speakers but I am wondering if there is something I might be missing out on. Should I upgrade those as well? Sorry about the long thread and thanks ahead of time for any help.