I recently bought a Sony Bravia XBR 40" LCD TV and have it paired with the Oppo upscaling DVD player, and I'd really love to get a complete 5.1 setup. However, I currently live in an apartment with neighbors who don't like a lot of noise (read: bass). And equally important, I have no real way to set up the surrounds for a 5.1 system right now. So, I'm thinking of getting a good receiver (probably Onkyo TX-SR504), and starting off with some decent mains and maybe a center channel (although this thread gave me hope that I might not need to get a center channel right now (as I have VERY limited space around my TV)). I need suggestions for what I should get. Since space is a pretty major concern as well, I realize I'm asking a lot here. For now, I can live without a ton of bass below 60Hz or even a little higher (anything will be better than what the TV produces). I'm thinking of getting some bookshelf speakers that I can mount on stands. Going back a few pages here, I've seen various suggestions (Polk R15, Ascend 170s (a little too big), Paradigm Performance Atom/Titan (possibility, although finding a dealer seems difficult), and the infamous Insignia (pretty darn big)). So, what are your suggestions? I'll point out that I really like my Klipsch ProMedia 2.1s that are connected to my computer. I'd really like to get some possibilities before I go out and try to test out speakers. I'm not too concerned about price at the moment, but I'd like to keep the speakers under $500-600. I listen to some music, watch a ton of movies/some tv, and play a lot of games on my xbox360. Can you help? edit: oh...and my living room is roughly 10'x12' with the TV in a corner sandwiched between a fireplace and a glass door (so not a whole lot of room for floorstanding speakers). And ideally, I'd love to pick up these speakers at CC or Best Buy or Fry's...yeah...I know...I'm dreaming.