I eventually want to replace my CD player with a system that will store and play back my music, in a similar way how my my wma files are stored and played on my computer but in hi-fi quality. I could buy an all-in-one solution such as the Olive 4HD, but this is quite an expensive option at the moment as is the even more expensive Naim equipment. I have read various methods by which people have achieved this, but I've not really yet found the definitive answer, or at least a range of options. My main requirement is sound quality, which I want to be at least as good as my Pink Triangle. My secondary requirement is that I don't have to have vast amounts of kit all over the house with its associated wiring, nor do I really want to have to switch on a computer every time I want to listen to my hi-fi, though I wouldn't rule it out if the right solution appears. Others in the house not sharing my interest is the reason why. I currently have a home network using a Linksys WRT54GS router for any wireless solutions. Apart from that basic information, I don't really know where to start, which pieces of kit I would require, or how much it would cost, though I would want it to be significantly less than the Olive which costs £2250. I'm just really looking for ideas that work.