Been doing much researching here and believe I have narrowed my near-future system down to two Receiver choices and two speaker lines. Will use mostly for watching tv/dvds. Either the Onkyo TX-SR602B 7.1, right now $299, or the Pioneer 1014 (upper $300s) to be paired with either of the following: JBL Northridge (EC-25, E80s, 2 E30s and 2 E20s for the rear centers) $735 delivered from BH OR Fluance SX-HTB with additional upgraded AV-SC and SV-6 for rear - $462 delivered OR Fluance separates - AV-SC, 2 SV-6, 2 SV-10, 2 AV-BP2 - $617 delivered Haven't bought a new system in years and plan on this one lasting quite a long time. I am not experienced with setting up a system at all and would like some advice: 1. Is the Pioneer that much better than the Onkyo - remember that I have no idea how to set this thing up. I believe the Pioneer has a function that helps you find perfect location for speakers. 2. Love the JBLs but for the difference between that and the Fluance HTB, I can get a decent sub (Dayton???). Where is my money better spent? Eventually will get a sub anyways when I get my tax return. Money is not the big issue here, but when the Onkyo and Fluance total under $800 and the Pioneer with JBL total around $1100, that's hard to overlook. Please help -want to do this ASAP.