With all the (mostly) negative and (some) positive hooplah about the new AppleTV, I'm finding myself closer and closer to preordering it. Only thing stopping me really is making sure I have a good set up and worthy equipment to take advantage of the product. With that said, I have no idea or experience with surround sound/sound bars AT ALL. While I can sit and do research all day long, after reading threads on here discussing Zone 2s, RCA/digital outputs/inputs, and receivers vs. non-receivers, I'm lost in what exactly I need to get and set up before ordering the AppleTV. Currently, I have or can use the following media-esque/Apple things: Samsung LCD television (with 4 HDMI inputs) Cable box XBox 360 2 MacBook Pros (one early 2008 version, another an early 2010) 2 iPhone 4s Airport Extreme BS I am really interested in getting a sound bar, as all of this is in my guestimated 12x14 concrete floor bedroom. What kind of inputs/outputs do I need to make sure come with the sound bar, and what kind of cables will I need? Thanks to anyone who can help, and I welcome all suggestions for the sound system set up. I'm not looking to spend a lot (a lot to me is $400+). I've found a few sound bars from Samsung and Sony for <$400 but some lack an HDMI input or no wireless subwoofer (wireless subwoofer isn't too important, but a big plus).