We are looking to spend about $1k to begin a Sonos sound system in our large home. Currently we have a decent stereo with two 17-year-old Klipsch speakers and a Yamaha HTR 5240 receiver (which was a freebie from a family member after our other very expensive receiver broke) in the family room, where the TV is. We run the TV audio through that receiver. We have a Tivoli radio with a line in (no bluetooth) in the kitchen. Main living space has open floor plan with a kitchen, dining room, and large living room with no TV. The living room is 24' X 15.' We want speakers in the main living area, connectivity to the family room stereo, a speaker in one bathroom, our kids' bedroom, and our own large bedroom where there is also a TV. The router is currently in a hall that adjoins living room and kitchen. We want to be able to stream Spotify and Audible; we're not as concerned about the bedroom TV being connected. We currently have no speakers at all in the bedrooms or bathrooms -- we have been listening to music through our phone speakers or headphones when in those areas. Our kids really enjoy listening to music all through the bath and while getting their PJs on in their shared bedroom, so it's time to get some real speakers. I realize 1K is too limited a budget to cover all that space, so we just need to get it started and build on later. We may choose not to use any voice activation, as my husband has privacy / security concerns with that. My big concern is making the Connect work with our family room stereo, because I have read about some issues with a delay or lag. That's an area where music has been really important to us and we want it to work with the rest of the system plus be able to easily stream Spotify there. The choices are overwhelming so any help would be appreciated.