I am purchasing a new 6.1 receiver very shortly (it will either be a Kenwood or a Sherwood, I keep flip-flopping and probably won't make a final decision till I am at the store). Anyways, I am upgrading from my first meager home theater system (a Sony HTIB...actually the original Sony HTIB, the DAV-S300), and I am of course going to need new speakers, as A) I want higher quality speakers, and B) The speakers from the Sony HTIB have proprietary plugs My problem is this...I am dirt poor, and will likely remain that way for a while. I would say I have at the most $400-$450 to spend on these speakers. Don't laugh, the economy sucks, and we are a single income home thanks to KS having no teaching jobs open for my wife. I have a good subwoofer (well, good enough anyways), and I have a decent center. So basically, I need 3 rear satellites, and front left and right channel speakers. I plan on getting some use out of SACD and DVD-Audio in the not too distant future, so I am looking for speakers that can handle high resolution music as well as your average DTS and Dolby Digital audio tracks. I know the first response is going to be "wait and save", but that is not really an option, as my bills are gonna be increasing in 2-3 months, and we just got our tax refund, so this is my only window of opportunity to upgrade for the foreseeable future. The speakers will be in a smaller sized living room, if that helps. I know for the money I've got it sounds like an impossible mission, but has anybody got any suggestions?