Hi everyone. I have what may be a very silly question. Up until now, I've always used an A/V receiver (currently HarmanKardon 310) for my amplifying needs. I'm currently powering 5 Axiom "bookshelf class" speakers (4 M1Ti's and 1 VP50 center). My receiver lets me call them all "SMALL" and my Energy eXL-s10 sub takes the brunt of the signal. Now my HK receiver outputs 60 Watts x channel (WPC). My Axiom bookshelves are rated at a max of 125 WPC. (Don't worry, my question is rapidly approaching...) Recently I've started work on finishing half my basement to create a Wife-Approved Home Theater. As a result, in addition to front projectors, I've started looking at 6 and 7 channel hardware, namely the Outlaw 950/770 combo. The Outlaw 770 Amp is rated at 200 watts RMS. First off... this has always been a mystery to me - what is RMS and how does it relate to WPC? Same thing? Assuming the Outlaw's rating of 200 and my HK's rating of 60 is an apples-to-apples comparison - does this mean my Axiom's are useless with this badboy? Does the "SMALL" setting on the 950 reduce the power to each speaker or purely the amount of bass? BOTTOM LINE... If I want the 950/770 - do I need a full set of new speakers that can handle a minimum of 200 watts? Or do I have my specs and math wrong? THANKS!!!