I am in the process of finishing a basement and installing a new home theater system. The drywall is scheduled to go up next week, so I need to make some final decisions about how this should be wired. I also need to make a final decision on the hardware. Here is what is in my shopping cart: is this a good choice for the money, or a big mistake? Receiver: Yamaha RX-V773WABL (7.2 surround sound, 95 watts per channel) Front Speakers: Klipsch RF-52 II (2) Center Speaker: Klipsch RC-52 II Surround Speakers: Klipsch RS-42 II (2) Sub-Woofer: Klipsch SW-110 Here are my questions: 1-Does the above setup make sense? 2- What should I do with the last two powered channels? I’m debating two things: a: I could bi-wire the front speakers or b: I could add a pair of back speakers (Klipsch suggests the RB-51 II) for 7.1 sound. 3- I have a little more money in my budget and can afford one of the following two things. a: the Klipsch back speakers mentioned above for 7.1 surround sound, or b: a second Klipsch SW-110 subwoofer (I’m guessing totally unnecessary, but having another would make a statement). Should I do one, the other, or neither?