Very soon I will be getting paid from a long overdue debt of a friend of mine, and I anticipate on using it for home theater upgrades Now I'm stuck over deciding whether I should upgrade to one of those sweet new Toshiba HD RPTV's (namely the 57HX81) or upgrade the audio department with new speakers/sub & possibly even a buttkicker II. Now here is my current setup: 32" Sony Wega 32-KVFS12 Harman Kardon DVD5 dvd changer/player Harman Kardon AVR510 receiver (350 watts, DD5.1, DTS) Infinity HPS-1.5 bookshelf fronts (bi-wired) Infinity CC-2 Center speaker Midiland S2-4100 speakers for rear S2-4100 subwoofer (the s2-4100 was the top of the line computer/multimedia speaker-sub set that retailed for $400 a few years ago. They still sound great) 2 Aura Bass shakers powered by an old Sony Prologic receiver I know my speakers may sound a bit foreign to some of you, but for the record they should pretty darn good (to me at least)... only the subwoofer doesn't go very low. Now I'm considering the following 2 options: 1) Buy Infinity Interlude or Def Tech Towers and move the HPS-1.5's to the rear, add an SVS sub & maybe a buttkicker II. Add an amp for the buttkicker & one for the SVS, and this should come out to about $2500. OR 2) Buy a Toshiba 57HX81 HDTV and use my computer as an HTPC (very capable w/ a P3 800EB, Radeon 64MB DDR VIVO, Audiophile 2496, etc). So what do you guys think I should do?