I’ve never written a review before so bear with me. Also, while I consider myself a Home Theater enthusiast, I willingly admit that I am not an expert when it comes to the technical aspect of speakers. I’ll do my best to use the right terms in the right context. As you can see below, I have piece mealed together my speakers over a number of years. Although they aren’t all the same, I have been pretty happy with the overall sound quality of my old setup. I was thoroughly surprised to find out that I had won the PA-6F set of speakers. My Old Speakers: Fronts: Infinity Overture 1’s Rears: Infinity Reference 3001’s Center: Eosone RSC300 Sub: JBL (borrowed during the winter months from my parents Home Theatre) Receiver: Denon AVR-2105 Appearance: I was shipped the all black speakers and subwoofer. The nicely match the rest of my HT setup (TV & stereo cabinet). The speakers are very well built. They feel solid (the sub weights 56 pounds) and match the rest of the equipment I have in my basement. They don’t appear to “White Van” quality speakers in the least. Speaker Review: I tried out a variety of different types of CD’s and DVD’s trying to make sure I put the speakers through their paces. I was impressed right away as I started off listening to “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones and “Occasion” by Harry Connick Jr. I was extremely impressed with how the speakers sounded. When it was just Connick on the piano and Marsalis on the saxophone, it sounded like they were in my room playing next to me. It was that clear, true and accurate. I was equally impressed when listening to Norah Jones. I switched to the Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication disc. I was hoping to test out the subwoofer a little bit and was not disappointed. The sound coming from Flea’s bass during all of the songs were clear and tight. I ended my listening with the Foo Fighters “Skin & Bones” CD. All of the instruments came across clear and not muddied in the least. Over this past weekend I tried out some of the DVD’s from my collection. I started with “The Day After Tomorrow”. The speakers performed well and seamlessly passed the sound effects from center to the front speakers. I never realized until now how much of a difference it made to have speakers that all matched. My wife was less than impressed with our new sub though. The bass being kicked out kept her awake far longer than she would have liked to have been. The same goes for the movie “The Matador”. I got the evil eye again when watching the first couple of minutes of the movie. Not to give away too much of the movie, but when a car gets blown up, my basement shook and my wife threaten to shut me down for the night if I didn’t turn it down (I think she was just mad that I made her jump and wreck some Xmas paper). I lastly put in Episode 3 of “Band Of Brothers”. I quickly switched to the part of the episode where Easy Company fought in Carentan. All of the speakers performed admirably. The surrounds did a great job of making you feel like you were in the heart of the battle. I have read some people post that they thought that the center channel in this set was the week point of the set. That wasn’t my experience. In my listening it did a good job presenting the dialog of what I was watching and was not drowned out by the background music or sound effects. Overall, I am extremely happy with my early Christmas present. I wouldn’t hesitate for a second to recommend these to my friends and family looking for new speakers. I can’t say thank enough to everyone that run this forum and to Lloyd and Eric for the speakers. If anyone has questions about the speakers please let me know and I’ll do my best to answer them.