Just picked up a TV--got a Samsung LCD (52", 240 Hz, 1080p) and a Blu-ray player to go along with it. I know I need to get some good HDMI cables to connect the TV and the player. I figured on getting Monster, just waiting until I get the thing hung up on the wall to pick 'em up. I'm not getting separate speakers--I have a Bose Wave radio that I'm gonna use instead of the TV's shitty factory ones. I'm pretty pumped about it, especially 'cause the Blu-ray player does Netflix Watch Instantly on my TV (I had NO idea TVs could connect to the internet now). However comma I admit to finding the thing ridiculously complicated, so I was wondering two things. 1) Do I actually need to get it "calibrated" professionally? Or buy a calibration DVD? Or is the automatic settings usually good enough? 2) So I understand getting good cables for the picture. But to connect the Bose to the TV and/or player, do I need aftermarket cables to get the best sound or is the one that came with the radio good enough?