Hello all, I received some wonderful help here in replacing my graphics card (which is working out absolutely smoothly) and so I'm wondering if any of you would have any recommendations for going from stereo to surround sound for my computer. I'm a bit of an audiophile, so I'm looking for something that can produce the greatest audible range of notes/sounds in the best clarity/richness/resonance possible - basically I'm flat out looking for the best QUALITY of sound. I don't necessarily need a subwoofer that hammers the floor, but I'm looking for something as crisp and immersive as possible, hopefully within about 300 dollars for the speakers (willing to spend more for something fantastic that is built to last). Stereo just isn't cutting it when I know that a few extra speakers can add a LOT of atmosphere to my games and music! I have two cheapy (~$70) Bose speakers right now. I miss my second-hand 3.0, haha. I'm less familiar with peripherals than with the hardware itself, so whatever information you need - additional specs, how many slots the back of my tower has - whatever you need to recommend me something that will work with my system, just let me know. Windows Vista Ultimate, 32 bit Intel Core 2 Quad CPU, at 2.40GHz 4.00 GB RAM CX600 Corsair PSU "NVIDIA High Definition Audio"... Under sound card, my computer is just listing "NVIDIA High Definition Audio"... yikes. Does that mean this system doesn't even have a proper sound card? It's a ~6 year old pre-built Dell. Top of the line when it was released, but a bit old, even with the upgraded graphics and PSU.