the possibility exists that i will be upgrading my living room ht setup- my wife doesn't know about this yet. it currently consists of a small lcd where we do most of out tv watching, a sony str da33es, polk rt800i floors, polk cs245i, an old infinity 8" sub and infinity rears- not sure what, ps3, direct tv, etc. the surround rarely gets used. i have a 6 month old, and before he starts to get mobile, i want to swap everything out for a smaller bookshelf/sat sized system. at the same time upgrading the receiver to an hdmi capable unit and hiding everything in the closet. my downstairs ht setup consists of a panasonic tc-p54s2, yamaha rxv567, boston acoustics micro9500, ps3, direct tv etc. i use this often enough, and enjoy it for movies, games, etc. now for the dilemma. do i buy a new tv for my living room and swap my surround speaker setups and receiver, and then purchase a new receiver, rears and sub for downstairs. do i buy a htib for upstairs (yht597bl), or seperates, and leave downstairs alone. although i'm satisfied with the way my ba9500 system sounds, i could use a little more umph downstairs- its a big basement space, approx 20x40 with low ceilings- the listening/viewing area is about 20x15. ive never given the polks a fair ht shake- mostly music- are they any good? the ba system is more than adequate for my needs upstairs, but is it time to upgrade them too? are my speakers a little long in the tooth- i know that how they sound is the only thing that matters, but if can buy new and sell off what i'm not using, than why not. either way, a new receiver and tv will be purchased. so, not including that, if i were to upgrade speakers, i guess i would like to keep the budget around the price of a new htib, or seperates- receiver and bookshelfs. and begin! what do i do?