80% home theater / 20% music..... I live in an apartment, but don't care if room is to small right now because I will move in a year to a house. So, I've heard floor standing speakers are the way to go but what if Im going to have at least a $1000 sub. Should I at least listen to book shelves? I have a deal worked out for the Klipsch RF-7's at $1600/pair or B&W 704 for $1900/pair(floor model). I would rather stay around the $1600 range. I will go and listen to some Paradigms as well. With all of the great reviews for Rockets and Axiom, I'm considering these but don't know where I could listen to these. Though I am a little skeptical of these particular companies because they're only online and the way they market is threw these forums. Anyway I have an Onkyo TX - SR800 as a receiver and would rather not purchase any additional amps because of cost. Will this be enough to power the Klipsh or BMW? Everyone always say go listen and decide for yourself, but I think that there are to many variables that come into play especially when you are listening at these high end shops. The speakers will not sound the same at my house because I don't have all of the high tech amplifiers or receivers hooked up. How do you get around this? B&W get awesome reviews, but will I get the same from Klipsch with my Onkyo pushing them? I like speakers that I can feel meaning (Basssss)..... but want the best possible value as well. So many decisions???????