I agree with the other poster that you will get more responses by posting your question on the Home Theater forum here, but I'll try to add my 2 1/2 cents since I spend most of my time in that forum. First, I'm a little confused because your questions kind of run into each other. You said you want a video/audio system that has good upscaling, but then you ask about Bose speakers. Your PS3 does great upscaling. If you haven't downloaded any of the PS3 firmware upgrades, then do it because it optomizes the PS3 to do 1080p/24 output for your 1080p TV. The PS3 will playback all of your standard DVDs just fine (I have one) and it is a great upscaling DVD player. The most important item for your PS3 is to connect it to your TV by an HDMI cable, which will give you the best image. Second, are you asking about a receiver and speakers to get surround too? That wasn't clear. Most people on the Home Theater forum do not recommend Bose speakers. For the price of Bose, you can get speakers much better. Look at Axiomaudio.com for example. They sell matched surround speakers for about $1200 that will blow away anything that Bose makes. Axiom also sells excellent receivers, like Sherwood, Denon and a few others that match their speakers perfectly. Unless you are totally clueless, try to stay away from what is called a Home Theater in a Box. For the convenience of having a complete home theater in a box, there is a huge compromise on quality. Typically they have cheap speakers and receivers. Again, your PS3 is one of the best Blu-Ray players and upscaling players around. Use that and buy good separate components to build a system.