Statesboro, GA, USA
As I recall, Behe wasn't referring to how the stereo works, but rather to how it was made. Plugging a tuner, CD player, and speakers together might simplistically answer the first question, but not the second.
In short, he was saying that in earlier times science only presented (due to ignorance) the cell as a kind of "black box". Therefore the earlier scientific authorities (confident of Darwinistic explanation) gave answers to the "how" which were akin to saying that a stereo is made by connecting unit A to unit B, etc ..., when the real problem was about making those systems which are hid behind the grey plastic boxes with "BOSE" on them. His argument hinges on the complexity and specificity of biological systems. That's for a whole other thread. And that's really not what I'm here to argue now. But I just wanted you to keep the context right when quoting him, to be fair.
I'll try address your other points soon maybe.
Brad, I'm glad you told me that was your daughter. I thought maybe you were really upset at someone named "Freddy". $#@!
Or either your were trying to express your deconstructionism in a more vivid way.