Greetings, I have an analogue NAD amp and a smallish pair of Mission speakers. I would like to stream wireless audio to the amp with the use of a graphic, and user friendly, controlling device. I would prefer this device to be a laptop but I'm not sure if this is possible? I live in a 3 storey Victorian townhouse and I have a BT Homehub on the middle floor with Netgear extenders on the top and ground floors, which do a great job, so wireless access is not a problem, particularly on the ground floor where I want to listen to the audio. I have been to see the good people at richersounds and they demo'd a Cambridge Audio receiver which had a LED display on its frontage and seemed a tad pricey for what you get considering it is £400. They also showed me the combination of a Sonos bridging device (BR100UK1) and a Sonos Zone Player (ZP90UK) which could be controlled by an app on my android phone or my by son's ipod touch, so this seems quite a good option, and the Sonos combo is about £100 cheaper than the Cambridge Audio option. Still my preference is a wireless device to which I can stream audio stored on my laptop's hard drive, and control the device from the laptop itself, if such a set-up is possible? I'm not a fan of ipod docking stations. I don't own an ipod and don't like the interface. I do have a Creative ZEN player but I'm not keen on bringing this into the equation. So my preferred option is the the aforementioned laptop one, and second is the Sonos combo. Can anyone confirm if the laptop option is possible, and what pieces of kit are required? Also can anyone describe any options which I haven't yet touched upon? I'm sorry if my post displays some naivety but it is some time since I have researched and purchased any worthwhile audio equipment. I have been out of the loop and technology has moved on! Thank you in advance and happy new year!