I am looking for some feedback and advice on Def Tech PM200’s. I have the Def Tech SM 350’s, I like them, but after I bought them I started calculating how much it would cost to put together a matching 5.1 setup. I am currently using them in phantom mode with no CC. They sound great. However, everybody always says you don’t know what you are missing without a CC. Well the matching CC is the CLR 2500, Cha-Ching. There is also a space limitation for my CC. It must fit on top of a Sony 32” Trinitron. I also planned on moving the SM 350’s for surrounds, but my wife says, no way, they are to big. I was going to buy the SM 450s or PM 700s for mains. Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching. Anyway, here is my dilemma. I am thinking of downgrading to the PM200s and timber matching the PM’s all the way around with a C-2 and PM100s for surrounds. My questions to the owners, or anybody else, are: 1. Do the PM 200 image well enough to run them in phantom center for a while? 2. Do the PM 200 overpower the C-2 center channel? 3. Will I miss the detailed sound of the SM 350s 4. Should I bother downgrading or just have a semi-matched system? (C-2 CC with PM 100s) 5. Should I move away from Def Tech all together? 6. Punt I thought of going with JBL S-26’s and an S-Center up front. However, I could not timber match the surround due to the size of the S-26. If only they made an S-24. My wife constantly reminds me that she was perfectly happy with the Aiwa, and the current system is just fine. Current system is Yamaha RX-V530, SM350s, HTD Level 1’s for surrounds, cheap 8” Aiwa Sub 60W, and no CC. Obviously I am not happy, but I want to keep the system costs low. My local Def Tech dealer has a speaker sale coming up. That’s why I was thinking of selling the SM350 and buying the PM200 when they go on sale. I will loose about $125 retail, but should break even if I can get about $375 for the SM350s. Help, I need advice. I am driving me and my wife nuts. Will I ever be happy with any setup? I have got the upgrade fever I read about on this board. Sorry for the book.