Hey folks! I hope this is not off-topic, please lemme know if it is. I just purchased my first home and am looking forward very much to making an addition off the back into an HT, but as I'm on a budget I will be reusing my one and only receiver (a modest Pioneer, but hey it has DTS). I've been thinking lately about two possibilities as far as speakers. Today I own what basically consisted a decent Pro-Logic setup many years ago. I have large powerful front speakers, itty bitty rears, a modest sounding but well shielded center, and no sub (apartments and subs don't mix well). OPTION ONE: Keep everything I have today, purchasing large rears which match my fronts, and a modest subwoofer. OPTION TWO: Get rid of the speakers I have now (ebay) and buy a modest "boxed" set of speakers. Most of these in the lower price ranges include a large bass unit, and then four satellites and a center. My concern about option two is, what happens when I play music? Today, I typically use my receiver in "surround" when watching a movie, which amounts to either AC3 or DTS depending on the film. However I prefer to listen to music in straight stereo - my receiver has all sorts of "mock surround" modes but I'm not a big fan of them. Therefore, I like that my fronts have large woofers and rich sound for this purpose. My question is, to those people out there who have these "boxed" style solutions with such itty bitty satellites - do you ever listen to music on them and if you do, how do you like to do it? I hope that all made sense! Thanks for any advice.