I've already had some help on the speakers front, but wondered if I could get some advice on an AV receiver. So here is where I am up to, I have been having a look at speakers and AV receivers. So far I have seen enough to blow a small mortgage on which obviously I am not keen on doing. I've seen quite alot of speakers and even if my budget won't stretch to kef kht 5005's then I think I might go for one of the kef egg sets, going to speak to Richersounds and maybe see if I can hear some of them. Now stage 2 av recevier. I have seen quite a few with lots of cool things like wireless pc connectivity for internet radio and upscaling etc along with all of the technical input output info. Some basic questions given my current connectivity requirements which would ideally be TV Sky+ / HD PS3 DVD Recorder iPod Dock of some kind - maybe Onkyo DS-A2X iPod Docking Station (on creativeaudio is it any good) some sort of wireless laptop connectivity - saw something on creativeaudio as well I want to use this as a complete integrated entertainment system. How many inputs and outputs do I need allowing for some space for future upgrades, and what sort of inputs? What sort of ratio of price of receiver to speakers would be normal and is it worth spending extra on the receiver or the speakers? I think basically if you were to spend an extra £100 or £200 would you get the biggest improvement in performance by spending it on the receiver, speakers or a bit of both? What sort of extras would be most benficial to have on the receiver, 7.1, upscaling, bi-amping (what is this I've seen it mentioned?) andthing else? Thanks again for all the help so far, its an interesting learning curve.