I'm in the plannings stages of setting up a new home theater setup. I'm pretty new to this stuff but have been doing the best I can to learn in a short amount of time. I've narrowed my receiver choice down to two- either the Onkyo TX-NR509 or 515. I've now moved on to speakers. I'd like to start with a 2.0 setup with two floorstanders and slowing add to the setup from there as my budget allows, probably working my way up to 5.0 for now. I'm in an apartment building and I think a sub woofer would cause too much vibration through the floor with neighbors and such. My budget as of right now for my first two speakers is floating between $200-$300. I can't really do much more than that. I'll preface my choices thus far by saying, I don't really think I'm an audiophile. I'm a new guy to the home theater scene who would like a quality budget/entry level system that delivers good, clear, enjoyable sound. I know most people seem to not be fans of Sony speakers because they are a company that focuses on technology in general not just speakers, such as Klipsch or Polk. I completely understand that school of though. But the Sony SSF-6000 and SSF-7000 fit right into my budget and have really good reviews on Amazon. Now I know that might not be the best source for opinions because those reviewers aren't necessarily the most versed people in speaker technology. Any opinions on those two models for an entry level 2.0 system with hopes to add more speakers as budget allows? If not supportive of those two choices at all, any recommendations for better speakers that still sit within the $200-$300 budget? Thanks for your time and any information you can offer. I'm sure you guys get this intro question stuff a lot and for that I apologize.