Hi, as you can see this is my first ever post, so go easy on me. I know you're probably sick of all the 'n00bs' asking questions, but I thought I may as well give it a shot anyway seeing as you guys obviously know your stuff. Right, so I bought this (http://www.electricalscentre.com/acatalog/36_PICTURE_FRAME_3_TVS.html) TV after a lot of researching into a lot of other sets. It hasn't arrived yet though, so I've got a little bit of time to buy some bits and pieces I need to set it up. This is where I need some of your collective expertise. Basically, I don't really know anything when it comes to the sound/cabling (Plus anything else important) side of things. I don't know the difference between an amp and a reciever (If there is a difference at all! ), I'm not sure which cables are best...nothing. So I need you (If possible) to basically give me a beginners guide (Jargon free if possible ) to the whole thing (Pros/Cons regarding different types of equipment, cabling, etc) along with some recommendations for equipment I should buy and where I could get it from. This new system is basically going to be a gaming sancturary for the most part if that makes an sort of difference. I know I'm going to need one of those scart block things due to the huge amount of scart cables from all the consoles, so could you recommend me some of these too if possible. My budget isn't going to be huge (My job doesn't pay THAT well ), but feel free to list prices and I'll tell you if the bits and pieces are within my price bracket. I know cabling is going to be important (I've always been picky about picking the right cables for my consoles), so price isn't as much an issue there. If something is so utterly superb, that it'll be worth the huge amount of money, then I'd probably be willing to save for a bit longer. So there you go. Yet another annoying newbie asking stupid questions, but please bare with me. I know I'm asking a lot of you, but as you can see I'm completely and utterly lost when it comes to the whole subject. Thanks in advance!