The entertainment center in your system is beautiful. I really like it - it doesn't look like something anybody could buy in a store.
You're lucky your wife is great at making Italian food. We especially like dishes that have a few simple, high-quality ingredients that have to be put together just right. This past year, my wife and I have worked at perfecting the smoothness and texture of Cacio e Pepe. My wife has wanted us to match a great version of the dish that she was served in a restaurant overlooking the Spanish Steps in Rome. The trick is getting the right blend of cheese and cooking water, using mostly Pecorino Romano with just a little Parmigiano-Reggiano added in. We typically serve it on either spaghetti or bucatini. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!