Hello all, I am replacing a Bose Lifestyle 12 system and want to do this right the first time. It was hard to convince the wife to let me do it since we've only had the Bose for 5 months or so. Frankly, it was only after making her read some of the posts here that she let me so I suppose I owe some of you a debt of gratitude. Well, I purchased my receiver (Denon AVR-982) which I'm hoping will turn out to be a good decision. It has the features I wanted and I've only heard good things about Denon. Besides, the price was right. Now it's time to get speakers. This is where my "small" problem comes in. The speakers I get can't be much bigger than the Bose per the wife. This won't allow me to get to the sound quality level I wanted but it should still be better than the Bose. The main problem will be the size of my room. It is approx. 15'x24' with the seating and television at opposite ends of the 24' length. I showed the wife many different pictures of speakers and the only ones she approved of so far were the Axiom Micro Surround System, Energy Take5.2, and the Anthony Gallo Micro speakers. I've gotten prices on the Axiom and Energy speakers but I can't seem to find the price on the Gallo's so I don't know if they are in my price range. I'm looking in the $500 to $700 range but could possibly stretch to $900 if it was truly worth it. I should mention that I already have 2 powered subwoofers. One is the Sony SAWM40 (I think that is right) and the other is a Yamaha YST-90 (Once again, I think that is right). I intend to set the receiver crossover at 120Hz, crank up the crossover on the Yamaha so it's bypassed, and set the Sony to handle the deeper stuff below around 60~70Hz. I guess my main question is what do you think of the above speakers sound quality? Will they be able to fill my room with quality sound? Will I notice a difference from the Bose? Are there other small speakers in that range that I should check out? Will my idea work for the subs? I appreciate any input that may be provided. Thanks, Brian B.