This is a X-post from the Klipsch forum: OK, now that I have my 2-channel dreams fufilled (Klipsch Chorus II's), I want to think about a smaller HT rig for my 13' X 13'6 bedroom. While I will listen to SOME music, it will be mostly a cinema system. So here is the deal: -Because of where I work, I will be getting the new Synergy stuff, so do NOT recommend Reference or anything like that, mkay? -Before, I was going to go with monster mains, but my Chorus II's take care of my 110 dB. music desires -I already have a pair of VERY nice 30" floor stands that are all steel and filled with sand (refer to this later) -When I move on in life (first pad), this system will go with me, so I want it flexable -I have my JBL E250P subwoofer, so bass is not an issue. I will want to have these speakers running as satellites at about 80Hz. high-pass. So: -I will get a C-3, that is a given: http://www.klipsch.com/product/produ...=840§ion=specs - I want a large center. -What should I do for surrounds? I will probably go with the S-3's - http://www.klipsch.com/product/produ...=843§ion=specs - as there really isn't a reason not to!!! -The real question is what to do for the mains. I am seriously thinking of getting the B-3's and using my stands. Down the road, I could put them on a shelf, in a cabinet, etc. and they would be fine for HOME THEATER (not music) - as the L/R speakers are kinda along for the ride. This would give me the same woofer and tweeter as the center, further inproving the system. However, I could get rid of the stands and get a F-1 (same drivers as the B-3 and C-3), but they are floorstanders and have more bass. Only downside (cost isn't a big issue, but not irrelivant) is they need to go on the floor and that kills flexability. The F-2's are larger with their dual woofers. The F-3's might be overkill for a small system and the cost compared to the B-3's is starting to be more than 2X. So, what would you do? C-3 center, PROBABLY S-3's for surrounds, and what mains? Because of the goal of this system, it is probably down to the B-3's or F-1's. What to choose. Remember, I have some Chorus II's 20 steps away if I want to listen to music. This is a cute little home theater system, not a 2-channel death machine. Thanks!!!