Hello all. Quick background and introduction, I'm 31 years old and have been tooling around with audio/video since I was old enough to make my first cardboard box speaker. I moved into my new house in February and have been feverishly wiring the heck out of it since. What I have now is a 3000sq ft home with networked audio in every room, bath, laundry room basement, both front and back deck, pool area and backyard! I am a Harman Int. fan...a BIG one so the below info is no surprise as its pretty much all Harman brands. I BY NO MEANS CLAIM TO KNOW WHAT I'M DOING....but I have fun doing it. Whole house Audio System: 6 JBL Control 25AV's around the pool 1 JBL Control 210 Sub in pool area 2 JBL Control 25T's on back deck 2 JBL Control 25T's in pool house 2 JBL Control Now's on front deck 12 JBL in Wall (forget the model and I'm not pulling one out to check around the house. These are driven by 3 Crown CT 600's and a Crown CT200 after passing through an 8x8 distribution center/31 band EQ I mainly use a Sonos controller over WiFi, but its linked using a JBL Zone Controller to sources all over the house. NOW on to my work in progress....Building a dedicated home theater room in the basement. Surprise...JBL. Front soundstage has 3 JBL Control 29A/V's with the compression horn driver. These are at the mid point between ear levels and arch in their distance to the center. They are set to THX specks but are too close to the sidewalls IMO, some heavy angling should compensate for relection. The walls will be sound deadened. The current sub is an 18" Peavey....Jury is still out on if this has enough to keep up with the front. I'll have a better idea once the walls are finished and I play the "what if I put the sub here?" game for about 8 hours. It does feel like getting kicked in the chest by a mule....but I may want an elephant. The rest of the 7.1 setup are 4 JBL Control 28's making up the mid's and rears. I have 6 power reclining theater seats, two in the front row (primary seats) and 4 in the back on a tier. Working out all the wiring now, wall sconces, runway lighting, indirect off the crown molding, cans in the ceiling all tied into an X10 system through Mi Casa Verde for system control. The power from the HT comes from a Harman Kardon AVR 3600 and a Crown MT600 driving the sub. All the components have been rack mounted in an in-wall setup with 20amp dedicated service. The rack is outside of the room to cut out the fan noise and lights in what will be a "consession area" (small bar, popcorn popper, fridge ect). Harmon BlueRay and a HD "Hoppa" From Dish for sources. The front set will be hidden behind a wall containing the projector screen. I have been using a Viewsonic DLP, but its time for an upgrade. That's what I have so far...I'll try to keep this updated and I'm sure I'll have a few questions as I go.