Hi all, First thread so go easy... My wife and I just moved into new rented accommodation that is substantially larger than our old house. The benefit is that I now have a dedicated 15'x12' room for home theatre setup. Limitations: 1) Rented property so no wall mounting, cutting into walls, etc etc. 2) Its an uncarpeted room (big old solid timber floorboards) Current equipment: TV: Samsung 46" LCD 2010 Amp: Denon AVR-1911 Front Speakers: Pair of monitor audio bronze 6 Screen Shot 2018-08-26 at 09.59.08.png Centre speaker: Monitor audio silver C150 Screen Shot 2018-08-26 at 10.02.01.png Rear speakers: Old Pair bowers and wilkins 601 - similar to below pic Screen Shot 2018-08-26 at 10.03.11.png Sub: No sub currently cables - 1m Chord company cables solid oak tv stand with space for amp etc. Now I know this is a hodgepodge of equipment but all has been purchased separately over the years. Aim: As good a 4k HDR home cinema setup as I can make for approx. £2500 budget including all the bits above. Questions: Im going to replace the TV, so could do with advice on that, is it worth a new amp that supports dolby atmos? Should I bother with a sub - the fronts are fairly beefy already. How should i best sound proof the wooden floor? Need a good quality UHD blurray player. Should i replace any speakers? Should i spend any money on dedicated wall soundproofing foam as the room is fairly hollow? I want the best possible picture quality so more of the budget towards that please. I plan on using netflix and amazon video as well as UHD blurray sources as my main. what should i set my expectations to? Thanks!!!!!