Hello All, I was listening to music the other night, a little AC/DC to be exact and noticed that one of my Paradigm Titans (the front channel speakers in the system) had some crackily distortion coming out of it during a guitar solo, and not because I was playing them too loud. This is not the first time that this has happened, noticed it last year at about this time and my very loving, and understanding wife brought home a pair of PSB Alpha B1's for me to demo as a Christmas present. For the sake of both cost and timbre match I opted to have the Titans repaired and all was good, for about a year, and here I am in the same place as before. The shop that I took them to (authorized dealer and servicer of Paradigm) charges $40 to inspect them and charged me $40 to refoam the insulation and test. I'm not going to keep investing that kind of money into 14 year old speakers, once was more than enough. Here's the quandary, all of the speakers in my system (all Paradigm except for the sub-woofer, CC-170 center channel, ADP-170 surrounds) have all been discontinued. Even if I was to buy the closest speaker to the Titan in Paradigm's current line-up, it's still not going to be timbre matched, at least not to my limited knowledge. The dealer told my wife that the PSB Alpha B1's would be a very close match to the set-up that I have, not sure if I believe that, but I don't have a lot of other options. The remaining speakers are obviously worth a fair amount of money and work just fine, what would you people do? Will the PSB's do me, or should I invest in a new set of front channels and surround channels that match? FYI - this will be a 50/50 music/home theater system. Thanks in advance for your help, Adam.