Hi all, I'm planning on building a dedicated home theater (3000-4000cuft) in the not too distant future and I'm in search of a good kit speaker to fill my needs. I'm definitely going the DIY route and I'm going to be doing all the cabinets/crossovers myself. I'm looking for something that will be a good all around speaker and be able to produce serious dynamic performance. Its going to be a dedicated home theater but I don't want to give up too much (or anything really) in the music area as I'm sure we'll be listening to music there often as well. Bass extension isn't too much of a concern as the .1 will be a 4 AV15 IB setup. I've been reading a lot of the posts around here and the GR Research A/V-2/3, Adire Kit281, Vifa home theater and Audax home theater seem to come up as recommendations. The L/C/R are going to be identical (no horizontal center for me) and I'd like to do the effects and rears as dipole. I've noticed not many kit producers have dipole surrounds, but I'd imagine it wouldn't be too difficult (with a little help) to modify most designs for dipole. I built Wayne J's DIIIs as my first project and have thought of possibly adapting his Eros for 7.1 duty. I'm sure there are many other options out there as well. Anyway, I'd love it if all the experts (and non-experts) out there could give me some advice on my wonderful dilemma! Oh yeah, I'd like to keep the cost for the setup under $2000 (not including the sub), though I think I could be persuaded to go higher if necessary.