Hi guys, I am quite new to this great forum, and have learned a tremendous amount from reading the posts. I would welcome any and all feedback, if you would be so kind: I am in the process of getting a pair of Def Tech 7002s, and they will be used for about 80% music (jazz, blues, R&B, funk, classical) and 20% HT. I now have B&W 601 S2s, B&W CC6 S2 center, Sound Dynamics THS3000 12" sub, and Def Tech Pro Monitor 1000s. When I asked my neighbor, who sells and installs very high end home audio or AV systems (and who helped me put together my present system) what I could do to upgrade to another reasonable level, he recommended the Def Tech 7006s, 7004s, or 7002s, depending on my budget. He said the 7002s can't be beaten for the huge bipolar soundstage, and he felt the sound was significantly more accurate (compared to live) than my B&Ws. After checking around, I bought a single demo 7002 at Best Buy for $230, and another privately for $340 (waiting to pick it up from seller, so haven't heard them together yet). I also bought a new, boxed Def Tech 2300 for $95 at another Best Buy, so if and when the deal for the second 7002 materializes, I should be set (?), and haven't spent much more than I can resell the B&W gear for. My components are Denon 1911, Oppo 93, and modified AR turntable for vinyl. I know Def Tech 7002s are supposed to be super for movies, but how do you think they are for music? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!