Looking for some suggestions how to get 5.1 from my consoles... for the past few days I've been looking at "Home Theater in a box" setups, receivers, and still haven't found the perfect one. My budget is about $500 Canadian (which, on a side note, since the last time in 30+ years, is worth the same as the American dollar right now! lol). If I got a receiver I'd need to then get some speakers, so I'd prefer a 'in the box' system if possible. I want to hook up my PS3, XBox 360, and my digital cable box. Im using 1080p from both my consoles, over component. If I went with a reciever I'd hook my PS3 up through HDMI, so it's important that it can do 1080p. Uncompressed PCM audio from the PS3 would be great, but then I'd need a receiver that can do HDMI 1.3 - and those can be expensive. Im probably just going to stick with component for the video, and do optical audio from both consoles... for my cable box, I dont care if its just the normal red/white rca audio. I was looking at getting the Pioneer HTS-GS1, but it's not in stock in any of the stores in my city (Ottawa, Canada)... and Im not really too keen on the white. Here's the same system (input wise at least) in black... Pioneer HTS-570 specs Image of the Pioneer HTS-570 inputs Here's a more detailed image of the connections on my cable box Sorry that was so long winded... so... any ideas?