I was wondering about the shift toward smaller, more compact speaker systems now that many home theaterphiles are going with larger HDTVs. There may be several reasons to go with these all-in-one satellite speakers and subwoofer packages, such as the more attractive "living room friendly" designs, and of course the fact that most center channel speakers that are larger will not rest on your HDTVs like they would traditional CRT sets. However, I am concerned that these all-in-ine packages are not as impressive as piecing a 5.1 speaker system together from separate compoments. I have been a fan of larger speakers, such as bookshelfs and centers with 5 or 6 1/2" woofers for many years now. My question is, are more people shifting toward smaller speaker designs such as you see in store demos or in adds for Crutchfield, etc., to go along with their HDtvs, or are true audiophiles sticking with the larger, but fuller sounding separate 5.1 speakers? Also, where are people placing their center channel speaker when they buy one of these fancy 52" HDTVS?