Greetings! This is my first post here, so hello to all! I've been hanging around for a little bit and this seems like a great group of Home Theater enthusiasts. Just looking for a little advice on what to do with my current setup. I've got a Pioneer Elite 43TX powering a set of Energy Take 5 speakers (L,R,C,LR,RR) and a Kenwood 10" sub (via dedicated sub-out RCA jack, not wired in-line with the main speakers). I have a Sony DVP-NC650V as my DVD/CD/SACD source. The crossover is set correctly in the receiver, and it's doing a fantastic job of directing the bass to the sub. Sources processed by the receiver (DVD, CD, etc) are sounding great, with adequate (not fantastic) midrange. My problem is with bass/midrange from the SACD player using the 5.1 preamp outputs. The Sony has bass management, but it just really doesn't seem to be doing a whole lot. I'm missing a lot of warmth in the midrange, especially with classical and jazz music. Now I know that the Energy's aren't the best at midrange, so that's a big part of the problem I'm sure. How should I proceed in enhancing the midrange of my system? I've thought about getting a second sub, perhaps Energy's own S8.2 and wiring it inline with the main speakers, leaving my Kenwood really only for LFE effects. Then I could just set the main speakers as large and let the sub do the crossover for all music, which would obviously fix the SACD problem. Would this help my problem at all? Thanks for any advice/input!!