Hey everyone, Basic questions from someone who doesn't know much about audio. I'm looking to purchase some bookshelf speakers, and the reason for the specific ELAC and B&W speakers chosen is because I have a depth limitation that prohibits me spending more money. If I had another 3-4 inches, I would have a much wider selection, but I need to keep the depth around 9 inches (less is better), and a sealed/front ported design, as these are going right up against the wall in my bookshelves. These are going to serve mostly music playing, but occasional movie watching as well once I get a center channel. This is going in my living room...don't consider this a movie room or anything like that, but I'd like to have a 3.1 type setup (wired for 5.1, but who knows when I will get the surrounds). As I said, mostly for music. The setup I wanted are the new Definitive Technology D9's with a Mythos center...but the damn depth kills the D9's. Still looking at doing a Mythos (I like the flatter, wider design, open to suggestions). The TV is mounted above my fireplace. What are you looking for (Speakers, Subwoofer or Both)? Bookshelf Speakers (center channel suggestion) Primary Use: 70% Music, 30% TV & Movies Desired Configuration: 3.1 Is the room open to other areas of your home: Yes Do you already have an AV receiver or amplifier? Yes, Denon X4300H What's your budget (low to high): $1000-1500 Any special requirements (Wife Acceptance)? Depth of bookshelves around 9", sealed/front ported. Thanks for any assistance.