Kinda depends. I plan on ripping off my deck (the decking part of it, along with the rail), and installing a new composite decking of some sort on it.
Beyond that, I need to remove my exterior door to the deck, replace the threshold and patch the subfloor where it's been leaking slowly for a couple years (only when it rains with a south wind). The problem is that I'll have to install new floor in my kitchen, dining room and living room whenever I do that, so not sure if I'm going to do that this year or not. After all that is done, storm door on the back to prevent it from happening again.
I've got some landscaping to do in front of our house. We bought some tan/gold edging stones to outline the front and east side of our house, mulch and sandstone rock for the bedding and various plants to come soon. It will surely look better than the four ginormous juniper bushes that sit our front now.
Already this year, I've built a small-scale retaining wall and will be finishing the painting on our basement/my mancave space. Thank God too...I've got a 55" HDTV and a surround sound system that iv've really been itching to take out of the boxes!
Installing hardwood floors is on the list of things to do. I've helped somebody install them and it's not too tough, just lots of time spent on the ground. Since I live by myself, there won't be a major time constraint where I would have to get it done in a weekend or anything, so that's a plus.
I hooked them up to my Zone 2 but I probably should have just hooked them up to my B connections. Zone 2 will only allow non digital connections so it works fine for my Ipod but if I want to have sound from things like Directv, PS3, etc I would want to use my B connections instead.