I?m looking to upgrade my hi-fi system from a budget stereo system (Tosh 220 DVD, Marantz PM57, Tannoy Speakers) to a new DVD player, AV Amp and surround sound speaker package. I plan on getting an LCD panel in a year or two so I'm looking to future proof the system as much as I can, so HDMI/DVI connections seemed essential, ready for HDTV broadcasts in 2006. I'd settled on the Denon 2910 DVD player matched to the Denon 2805 Amp but I'm not sure how much to spend on speakers. My first question is would something like the KEF 2005.2, Mordaunt-Short Genies or AE Aegis 3B speakers be ok or would they lack the capacity to do justice to the rest of the system? Would something like the Quad L-series be a better match? Secondly, is it better to buy the same speaker cable for the entire system or spend more on the front stereo speakers and less for the centre/surrounds? I tend to watch DVDs more than listen to CDs, ranging from action films/blockbusters to CGI animation.