I have just spent the last three months researching the kit I want to buy for my home cinema, and appear to get more confused by the day. Basically for my budget I need to buy a TV, a set of satellite 5.1 speakers, a DVD player, and a amp/receiver. I think I've pretty much decided to go for the Sagem HD-D45H G4-T from av wow for £1244.89 delivered inc vat. I wanted a 42'' and the connectivity is excellent, I wanted to have the capability to connect my PC, have the 2 HDMIs for Sky HD (eventually), my 360, and for DVD, and didn't want to go the projector route. With my budget of £2700 not including stand that leaves me with a little short of £1500 for the amp, DVD player, and satellites. The kit I'm keen on so far is the Mordaunt short genie system for about £700, or not sure whether to scale down to the Kef KHT 1005, and spend more on a receiver that upscales such as the Yamaha RX-V1600. As for DVD players I really like the Denon 1920 but it doesn't play Div-X. At the end of the day this is for a dedicated home cinema room (a loft conversion) and as far as I am concerned I want the DVD player to have Div-X capability and play both DVD-R and DVD+R, at least some part of the system to be capable of upscaling my DVD collection, would the Yamaha receiver be the best way of doing this??? The speakers have to be small, purely because of the room, they also all have to be wall mountable, as I don't want to have stands (again not practical because of the room). If any of you have advice or suggestions, I'd be happy to hear them.