I have found this site in my quest to build a better home theater. I spent yesterday reading in the different forums and found that I came to the right place. This group is knowledgeable and I have already learned a great deal. I ventured into home theater way back when VHS and Beta were still battling. My first surround system consisted of a VHS and Beta VCR, an NEC surround processor Bose 401's in the front w/ Koss Dynamites for the back. More recently I have ventured into the HIb realm with my first digital system being a Phillips 5.1 system, Samung Digital TV and a Samsung DVD. First thing I did to upgrade was add a Bose Acoustimass 10 system. It didn't sound good, so naturally I replaced the receiver with an entry level Onkyo 502 6.1. Hmmm, the sound was still awful. I hit the internet to find out how I could have screwed up the set up on the Bose system. Then I realized what my problem was. I had fallen prey to the Bose marketing. The problem was they weren't very good speakers. I had added an Onkyo 502 Universal player and upgraded the TV to a Sony 34 inch wide screen XBR HD set. Now I have a relatively small room, and I am looking for a speaker system to provide excellent audio for movies, CD's, SACD's and DVD Audio. I know I do not know alot about speakers (I bought the Bose, didn't I?), But I am learning. I am looking at Polk RM20, Infinity Primus (theater pack, not the floor standers)or TSS 1100, Acoustic Research HC6 and various JBL systems. I have listened to them in the controlled environment, and like the sound of each of these. I would appreciate any guidance you can offer. Am I missing something? Are these good choices based on your experience, or should I look at something else. I read a lot about Fluance, but when I looked them up they are so cheap in price and I have never heard them. Thanks in advance for sharing your expertise.