My current setup consists of: Sony KV-32FX68U Wide Screen TV (3 SCART - 2 x RGB) Panasonic DVDF65 Multi-region DVD 5 disc player Aiwa FX2800 VCR (It's old & 'orrible!) NTL Set Top Cable Box GameCube / X-Box / PS2 (All into a switch before being routed to the TV via a SCART lead) I want to add surround-sound to this setup and to be able to use a receiver as a switch for some of the video sources, i.e. the game systems. My lounge isn't huge (15 x 13) and with the TV being on the large side I don't want large speakers so I'm after a set of surrounds that fit in with the TV. Also, and rather importantly, I have a budget of between £500-£600 to spend. After looking at reviews I think I've decided that these appear to be decent choices: Sony STRDB790B Silver Receiver Mission M70 Surround Sound Speakers in Silver The receiver is rated #3 in the current Home Cinema Choice top 5. I know the speakers are 'old hat' but from the reviews I've seen they should perform quite well. However, I might be totally wrong and before I whip out the plastic, I'd appreciate it if someone knowledgable could let me know if I'm doing the right thing? Is there a better receiver / speaker package I should be looking at or are these sane choices? Thanks in advance.