Hi, I've owned a pair of Paradigm Studio 40 v.2s (as well as a Studio CC and mini-monitors) as my mains for the past four years. While I enjoy their HT performance, I've never warmed up to their 2-channel stereo sound. I've played around with plenty of equipment, placement, etc to tame their brightness without much success. I've gone so far as to set up a second 2-channel dedicated setup around a pair of vintage Kef 104.2s (fantastic speakers), but keeping that system is no longer an option in our new home. I'm toying with the idea of using the Kefs as my mains and selling the Paradigms, but then I'd have to deal with mis-matched center and surrounds (even if I were go with contemporary Kefs). I've read good reviews of the PSB Stratus series and they seem to compare favorably with the Paradigms while being perhaps a warmer and more musical. I prefer floorstanders and am thinking about replacing the 40s (and the Kefs) with a pair of PSB Stratus Silveri's with matching center and surrounds. I've found that they can be had for around $1200 which is a fantastic deal. My only concern is if this would be considered a lateral move given PSB/Paradigms similar design philosophy and origins. Would I be better off going with, say, Von Schweikerts? My listening habits are 50/50 HT and Music. Your opinions would be greatly appreciated. TIA.