Hi, please excuse my first post being a cliche please help post (or don't and flame me!)Time has come to upgrade my TV/video setup. I'm running a Sony bravia LCD (kdl324000 iirc) which I'm more than happy with (room is an odd shape but essentially 8m wide and 5 deep with the TV opposite the seating across the 5m width. I've been making do with a DVD player and an old 5.1 system that was bundled with it (DVD does the decoding, sub unit has all channel amps in it). DVD is keeling over and amp just lost centre channel so its time is up.I'm not planning on spending a fortune but I'm wary of buying an all in one solution. If I can and be happy then that's fine. The unit I've been considering is the new Sony bdv-e4100 because it seems to be ram packed with features including WiFi and dlna capabilty and reasonably sized for the small room and the fact that in a semi detached house I can't have loud volumes anyway without causing unfair inconvenience to neighbours. I tried to find separates with the same features and interconnection capabilities with my TV but it is hard to identify what is cross compatible and if I would gain anything from a separate receiver (other than not having to do this again should the blue ray drive play up). Can anyone more clued up spot anything you could consider vital that I might not be aware of? I plan to run a PVR through it and will fire its optical sound and HDMI into the 4100 so normal TV is run through the system too - does anyone know if this is actually possible? I'm aware all in one boxes are usually a compromise but I'm not looking for mind blowing power and I am looking for simplicity of use on a daily basis.Any help appreciated!