I don't usually upgrade anything all that often but when I walk into my local Hi Fi Buys and find everything in the store at 50-75% off prices I've already memorized, it's time to do some damage. Of course, since they don't carry items core to my system, we're mainly talking peripherals: Audioquest Sidewinder 2M x 3 Audioquest Type 4, 10ft pr & 15 ft pr MonsterPower Subwoofer Power Center and the coup de grace: Sonos ZP100 Digital Music System Bundle $500 ain't bad for a WiFi based distribution system that sports a color screen, iPod interface, and two slave units each with a 50w stereo amplifier. We always wanted some sort of distribution system, but since we never own out own home installing something was always out of the question. I've been wanted to stow the CD player and go lossless, so this was my excuse. I'm still missing a couple of key components, one being the cradle for the controller and the other a ZP80 add-on player with the digital output. Right now I'm running analogue outs from the ZP100 amplified player into my preamp as it lacks digital output. Since the ZP100 is intented to be a standalone unit for another zone, this makes sense. Of course, I'm now in the market for more storage, a ZP80 player, and two pairs of speakers for the two new zones. So I need suggestions on speakers suitable for a bedroom and kitchen that are compatible with a 50w solid state amp. Oh, I now have to figure out how to run two seperate libraries with iTunes (Apple Lossless for the Sonos and 198kHz for the Nano). It's a good problem to have.