I'm upgrading my front Bose speakers (L, C, R) and my back left and right Bose 301 speakers (I have a 7.1 setup w/ Cambridge Soundworks 5.1 Surround as my rear L and R). Does a 3-way speaker create a better (i.e smoother) sound then a 2-way? I'm kicking around getting Ascend CBM-170 as mains, center, back L and R (but the Ascend's are a bit pricey for me, so I'm not too sure about them) and use my Cambridge (they have a dipole/bipole switch) as they currently are. Or getting JBL S36ii/38ii as my mains and backs and the JBL S-center ii for my center speaker (all are 3-ways). Or Yamaha NS-6390 as mains and backs w/ the NS-AC40X (because it says it can be voice matched to other speakers via a "High Range Level" control), or Sony SSM-B300H as mains and backs. I know this is confusing, especially if you don't have a catalog w/these speakers' specs in front of you, so at a minimum, if you could just make general comments on 2-way vs 3-way. To avoid voice matching issues I would think that the speakers should have close to the same freq. response and sensitivity as possible to avoid problems generally associated w/"mixing and matching", yes? The room I have is approx. 20 ft long and 10 ft wide w/ 3 walls (front, back, one side) and the TV et al are positioned along the long axis of the room.