I just took the plunge with that great deal on the Denon 3802. Now I am trying to narrow down speakers. I plan to listen to the models that I can, but wanted to figure out what "packages" to ask about. I probably do a 50/50 split of music (mix of modern styles mainly as opposed to classical) and HT and will be using a living room with 10' ceiling and 18'x25' dimensions with some weirdly positioned (angled) side walls for the surrounds. My speaker budget is rougly $2500 and I figured on getting a SV Sub (PC model since I don't have a separate AMP) for around $600 -- that seems to be the subwoofer of choice, right? That leaves me about $1900 (I am not really going to consider shipping or tax, since $2500 is not a rigid value) for the mains, center, and surrounds. The brands I am considering that I can audition in local stores are: B&W Paradigm PSB Klipsch I am also considering Rocket and Diva. For the Rockets, I am considering the RS550 / RSC200 / RSS300 package for $1800 or the RS550 / RSC200 / RS150 package for $1700 -- any opinions on which surrounds would be better for angled side walls in a large rooM/ For the Divas, I am considering the 6.1 / R3 / C3 package for $1900 and even gave some thought to the 4.1 / 2.1 / C3 package for only $1200. My question is what packages of speakers should I consider (with the $1900 max price) for the B&W, Paradigm, PSB, and Klipsch? Any other brands I should be looking at or have I hit the majors? Thanks.