I am building a home theater in a new home. Fortunately I will have the space needed. The room will be 22' x 37'. Ceiling will be 11 ft. The material is all LOG wall construction. The only unwanted light source would be a fireplace (only used on occasion and will be back away from the screen along one wall). The room will have two rows of seating. I can place the seating as far back as needed pretty much. The front row will be 3-4 lazy chairs, and the rear row will be a very long couch raised for easy viewing whilst laying. There will be drapes installed along one wall and perhaps along the opposite wall as well. In the rear will be a full bar with microwave, refridgerator, and popcorn machine (if anyone knows a good source for one of these let me know). The hi fi equipment will all be housed in a room behind the screen that will have a door to enter and will have fans and be well ventilated (sound proofed). I will post a link to the floorplan of the theater. I am looking for a sub $10,000 projector. I am also looking for a screen, furniture, etc.. I currently have a Harmon Kardon 5 channel amp PA5800, a Kenwood 150 watt per channel two channel amp (THX). A Sherwood Newcastle R-725. I also have a Denon ADV2000 decoder. I would like to upgrade to a 7.1 and use my existing seperates if you think they will have enough presence in the size room. I would very much look forward to just having to purchase (darn), a new OUTLAW receiver (always wanted one). I am also looking at speakers. I always liked the POLK CS1000 center.... but alas they are no longer available. So any suggestions here are appreciated. I want to spend around $5,0000 for the entire speaker set. I currently have the BIC venturi center speaker (the original, not the revised edition), a Wharfdale ZALDEK center speaker, a pair of the old MACH twos, and some cheap surrounds. I always like a bargain, and have considered the ZALDEK surrounds (made pretty well inside). However, I am likely going to end up purchasing a matched set after I try my mix matched speakers to see how they sound. Anyway... any and all input is very greatly appreciated. You seem to have quite a nice forum here, and I have found it helpful. Thanks much.