I am new to this website, so I may have missed this discussion somewhere else. I have a newly built home with several "zones" setup for future use. Right now, I just have in-ceiling speaker holes with covers and speaker wire ran from the hole to a central point. What is my quickest and most effective setup to use? Seems like, based on what I have read, for each "zone" I should do an airport express and then an amp. I was looking at this amp.....http://www.amazon.com/AudioSource-A...e=UTF8&qid=1439839207&sr=8-1&keywords=amp+100 My question is regarding areas where I have more than two speakers in a zone. My living room has 5 ceiling speaker holes setup for probably surround sound. What amps can I use to utilize all of those speakers as one zone? Also, does anyone have any recommendations for 6" in ceiling speakers? My low voltage guy when we built the house recommended Speakercraft, but they seem kind of pricey. Also, from what I have read, it seems that it is better to hard wire the airport expresses into the Ethernet instead of running off of the wifi. Is that true? Any other insight that you can provide me on amps/speakers/airport express would be helpful. I have an iMac from 2007 that is still running old software, will I be able to work everything off of that or should I invest in a mac mini or something to run all of the media off of that? Sorry for all the questions, but I am just trying to find the most economical/best sound producing option available to me. Thanks.