I'm a Bose Lifestyle 135 owner and am very satisfied with it. I know the price is crazy, but as you point out, it's a one-stop solution. In my case as all inputs are in use I actually had to use a 3D-ready auto-switching 3-way HDMI connector
to connect 2 Blu-ray players to one input (space for one more there if needed) and an audio input selector box to connect my turntable (via pre-amp) and my tape deck to one other input. With the provided iPod/Pad (with adapter)/Phone connector also linked up plus a tentative future Boselink connection to give audio out to my computer, it's a fully-loaded setup and have often wondered how my local power station copes, just kidding.
Very few, if any, soundbars offer all the connectivity that this unit offers.
Note that a firmware update to the unit is required to give it 3D video capability, at least when I got mine I had to do that. It's an easy operation.
The sound is spectacular and you can tailor it to your surroundings using the provided AdaptiQ headphones if you wish.
There's a lot packed into a very compact unit and it doesn't generate a lot of heat I've noticed, which is a good thing.
My only beef with it would be no regular audio-out sockets (other than speakers of course), you have to use Boselink as stated earlier, which means optional extras, but there is a headphone jack on the front of the unit.
By the way it also pulls in FM/AM very well using the provided antennae.