My Pioneer cabinet-speakers finally gave up the ghost after 20+ years of service, so now I'm considering the HiFi for my Mac Mini-based entertainment center. I've downscaled and I don't want to go the home theater in a box route or have equipment that is essentially furniture (like my Pioneers). Both of these would be overkill for my tiny living room anyway. The HiFi looks to be the most suitable solution for me... then again I haven't bought speakers in over 20 years. I'm also having a tough time parsing the signal from the noise as far as a real recommendation goes for this thing. So, let me ask, is this a good solution and what are the alternatives? Here are my requirements: 1) one piece (no satellites, and few cables) 2) one function and no fluff (no radio, no clock, no cd player) 3) no -obvious- dock (won't ever be connected to an iPod) 4) built-in amp 5) unobtrusive (can fit on a shelf) 6) good range (good for watching movies) 7) less than $400 Thoughts and suggestions?