Hey guys; it looks like we are going to be moving at the end of May to our first house!!! Pretty excited, but I'm going to have to get rid of a few things in the process. If any of you are looking to beef up your home theater, this may be your chance. I'm located in Salt Lake City. I have a 65" Mitsubishi 65413 television, bought last July new that is in immaculate condition. Price new was $2950... I also got the extended warranty, 3 year I think. Here's some info on the TV: http://www.audioreview.com/televisio...7_2725crx.aspx I then hired Gregg Loewen, our very own reknown ISF certified calibrator to come and do a full calibration on the TV and install Duvetyne (keeps the internal reflections down and makes the colors and blacks more accurate). That cost me $700. The picture is absolutely stunning; I haven't seen a better picture anywhere. If you come demo it I'll knock your socks off. ;-) I'm thinking of asking $2250/obo; Is that a fair price? Secondly, I have a full 7.1 Dahlquist speaker system that I'll also be selling. The new Dahlquist series is very comparable to the Paradigm Studio series, but at a more reasonable price. They have a great top end without being bright, liquid mids, and bass down to sub 30hz. These are fantastic speakers compared to ANY. Here's some info on them: http://audioshop.on.ca/dahlquist.htm I have 4 of the QX10 towers (flagship speaker for Dahlquist) that sell right now for $1299/pr. I have 1 QX60C (flagship center) that sells right now for $499. And I have 2 QX4 rear effects speakers that sell right now for $299. The speakers are in immaculate condition, and have only been driven high current amplification and a quality front end (Aragon 8008x amps, Anthem D1 processor, Jolida JD100 CDP and Denon DVD-2900). If you bought them right now they'd cost you a little over $2800.00 USD Here is a review that can tell you a little more about their sound: http://www.soundstage.com/revequip/dahlquist_qx6.htm I'm thinking of asking $2k/obo for the full system. Let me know if I'm pricing them correctly, or if you are interested. Thanks!