Hi everyone. This is my first post on these boards, and soon I will be (hopefully) enjoying Home Theater for the first time. Let me take a minute to give some background. I have a 7 year old 32" Toshiba television, and a living room of about 20' x 10'. The couch and the tv sit across from each other on the short side of the room, about 6-8 feet away from each other. Although some day, perhaps in 2-3 years, I want to buy a flat-screen of some type to hang on the wall, as well as a super-high-quality HT set-up mounted on walls etc... for now, I decided to simply "go cheap, but not too cheap." After much (relatively, I'm sure) research and consideration, I purchased an all-in-one system (gasp), the Pioneer HTD 540DV. The price was unbeatable.....$279 delivered to the door from "Ebuyer.com". It's a new product and comes with what sounds like many great features, and has what is called a "front stage surround" mode, so that I will not have to drape wires across door openings etc... I know this (all-in-one, front-stage surround...) is probably blasphemous around here, and I apologize. If I find that the front stage surround is not "all that", I will move the satellite speakers to the rear one way or another. They are compatible with "wireless" technology as well, if desired. Anyway, the package hasn't arrived yet, but is due any day now, and all I have ever read everywhere is how one must upgrade the wires. And since I'm a total neophyte with this, I have no idea what, where, or how many upgraded wires to get. I do know that my TV does NOT have the component ins (green blue etc...), so this may play a role in what I should get. Should I just try the wires out of the box to begin with? Or is it a rock-solid truism that you MUST upgrade? And if so, any suggestions on exactly how I can determine what wires (speaker? component? audio? video?) to get and where? thank you much.