Me & my ole lady just got a new '04 Chevy Trailblazer which I need to install a sweet car audio system. I have researched this forum and have this idea for a setup- HU - Stock, my ole lady doesn't want to change it Front Door (6.5") - CDT CL-6X ($45) Rear Door (6.5") - CDT CL-6X Subwoofer - 1 10" Alpine Type-R ($90 at Circuit City) Box: Q Logic Small Truck Box ($50 at CC- again, ole lady doesn't want a big sub/box taking up the cargo room) 6.5" Amp: old Kenwood 4x60 Watt Amp (2 yrs old, not excelon) Sub Amp: MTX Thunder 282 ($90 from CC) Extras: 4 Guage Amp Kit off ebay, Dynamat (2 speaker kits and 1 license plate kit) This is what I believe I should put together. Does anyone have any better ideas keeping in the price range for each component? The only component I would consider spending more on would be the 6.5" speakers since I have Alpine Type X (SPX-177A) 6.5" components (front) & Alpine SPS-629s (rear) in my car (Mits Galant) and could switch them into this car and get the CDT CL-61A's for my car with a pair of CDT CL-6X in the rear of the Galant. Which do you think are better the CDT CL-61As or Alpine Type-Xs? How good do the cheaper CL-6's sound? Better than Alpine Type-Rs, Polk dB, etc.? Also, in the future I'd like to upgrade to a head unit that I could watch DVDs on in the front seat- what product should I keep my eye on? Is a LCD head unit with DVD capabilities going to be my best bet? Thanks!