I'm moving home, and am getting rid of a lot of my old things (I'm giving them to my nephew, who is starting college). This question is regarding electronics, e.g. TV, HiFi, PC etc. My interior style, as a number of you know, is quite classical, mostly French Antiques, with plenty of gold, parquet flooring, etc. The building I'm moving too even has a cage lift. Yet, I can't live without modern devices. These devices tend to clash with my furniture. I need the following: A HD Plasma TV A good separates HiFi system comprising of -Amplifier (Integrated or Pre/power, doesn't matter which) -CD Player -Tape deck Speakers A PC (Until now, I've used a laptop at home, but I want a desktop). I know Marantz used to make a gold coloured plasma TV, but I cannot find this anymore. I've considered getting a Plasma TV sprayed gold, but everyone I tell about this idea is put into a trance of disgust, and tell me it cannot be done. I've considered putting the TV in a cabinet, but there is a perfect position in front of my bed, above a fireplace for a plasma TV to be wall mounted. I do not keep a TV in my lounge; I feel it is gauche, and anti-social, so the problem is halved. The PC will also be in the spare bedroom, so not a huge deal if I put an ordinary PC and conceal it. In both cases I'd prefer not to. I like Musical Fidelity's item's looks. However, 10 years ago I bought a NAD Silverline Amp and CD Player, 5 years later I replaced it with a Denon CD player and a Naim Amp, and 2 years after that, with a Marantz CD player and Amp. all the time with B&W speakers. The difference between the 3 systems was negligible. I'm willing to spend Marantz/Denon money, but I cannot justify NAD Silverline, Naim and I'm thinking also Musical Fidelity's prices, well, at least not for the quality - perhaps the looks.