I'm looking into buying an old house. It was built in 1951 and has been completely redone in the inside. New hardwood floors, new paint, new carpet, new appliances, new siding, new deck, new counters and cabinets. However it does have an old fuse box, which I'm assuming is being used (I didn't see another box anyway). I'm not sure how to tell the quality of the wiring in the house. I can't imagine they wouldn't have replaced it when they did everything else. My question is how do I tell if the wiring is good? How easy is it to get a breaker box in to replace the fuses? I want the wiring to be good because I will have some electronics in the house (a couple of Xbox360s, HDTV, some stereos and computers and the like). Any suggestions or tips?