I've decided on the NSP1II as my next speakers and a JBL PB-10 sub. I currently have a JBL SCS 150 SI hooked to my Pioneer VSX-D411. Right now I have the sub hooked to the LFE channel and all 5 speakers directly on the receiver. I know enough about HT to know that most people would recomend this kind of setup (except the guys from Polk maybe) but when I get the NSP1 things might have to be worked out. The problem is the following: my receiver has an adjustable cross-over (100, 150 & 200hz) and for the SCS 150 that does it since they cant handle any real bass. Ohh, by the way I have it set at 150hz. However the N24's go down to 75hz and the N-center goes down to 80hz and I would like to make use of that so I might have to do it the Polk way in order to use the speakers the way they deserve. I would than use the cross-over on the PB-10 sub set at 80hz. I believe that is the only way out right? Regards, André P.S. Yes, I'll be upgrading the receiver also, but I want the speakers and the new sub first.