Hi there, I've been reading this forum for the past 2 months trying to decide which speaker/amp/dvd setup to go for. I have several ideas in mind but each time I make my mind up I read something here to change it again! I will be buying a Pioneer 435XDE plasma from Costco for £2349 inc speakers/stand. I know I could probably get the 436XDE for a similar price but this includes a guarantee as long as I am a Costco member! Now then onto the important stuff. I've decided on the Denon DVD-1920 (£182 multi-region) following the good reviews. I have considered the following amps- Denon AVR1906 £245 Denon AVR2106 £333 Yamaha RX-657 £306 I have demo'd the 1906 with some KEF eggs which I thought sounded good, but unfortunatley the wife doesn't like how they look so the KEF's are out of the question! The speakers I am interested in are- Mission m3i Cinema £630 Jamo A355PD £499 Mordaunt Short AV Genie £729 inc stands,speaker cable and sub cable. I was decided on the Denon 1906 and the Genie's but most people seem to recommend a more expensive amp (such as the Denon 2805/3805) to go with these speakers. Does this mean that they wont sound there best with the 1906? Would either of the other 2 amps do a better job? Also the Genie's have an impedance of 4, will this be a problem with the 1906? The wife like the look of the Jamo's but I fear that they wont sound anywhere as good as the other two. The Mission setup looks quite attractive (even to the wife!). Would these paired up to the 1906 be a good combination. My budget for amp/speakers/dvd is around £1100 plus cabling. Can anyone recommend a suitable setup either with any of the above or something different. 90% of the time the speakers will be used for DVD/TV, 10% music. (The prices above are from a local hifi shop that will price match prices I found on the internet.) Any advice would be appreciated . Many thaks, Bruce.