Hello everyone, First Post!!!! I started looking at upgrading my HT system. I recently replaced the receiver and here is what I've got: Keeping: Dennon X1300 (80 WPC) Velodyne Sub Looking to upgrade: Klipsch KSF 8.5 Polk Center Channel Polk rear bookshelf What I'm looking for: Mostly HT, occasional music. You know when you go into the HT store and you hear those movies...and it just sounds amazing? I want that. I know they are probably using 20k+ of equipment....but I'd like to get 80% there? I'll try to compartmentalize my questions: 1. I'd like to buy the same type of floor/center speakers. For both, I'd like to stay under 2k. 2. Bookshelf speakers, under 1k...preferebly less. 3. I don't think I realized the Klipsch I have were no longer made after 1999. Yikes. They certainly sound good to me, but do you guys think there will be a big difference in upgrading? Here are the specs: FREQUENCY RESPONSE 36Hz-20kHz(+-)3dB POWER HANDLING 75 watts maximum continuous (300 watts peak) SENSITIVITY 94dB @ 1watt/1meter NOMINAL IMPEDANCE 8 ohms TWEETER K-97-KV 1" (2.54cm) Polymer dome compression driver HIGH FREQUENCY HORN 6" square 90(o)x60(o) Tractrix(r) Horn WOOFER K-1054-KV 8" (20.32cm) Poly cone ENCLOSURE MATERIAL Medium density fiberboard construction (MDF) ENCLOSURE TYPE Bass reflex via rear-mounted port DIMENSIONS 35.75" (90.8cm) x 10.25" (26cm) x 12.5" (31.8cm) WEIGHT 47 lbs. (21.3kg) FINISHES Black, Rosewood vinyl BUILT FROM 1997 BUILT UNTIL 1999 I'm thinking I will replace the floor and center first....then the rear. I have to have my system setup at lower volumes at night, and have a tile floor with a large area rug/sectional. I'd appreciate anyone's feedback on their thoughts...thanks!