To go with the Paradigm Studio V.3 series... I went down to the local shop to shoot the $hit with the owner. Extremely cool guy, has been in the business for 25 years and you can learn a lot from him. We even stayed after hours, sat down (they have huge comfortable couches) had a glass of whiskey, listened to music and just talked about audio. He carries Bryston, Anthem, Paradigm, Kef, Denon, Rotel and a few other electronics manufacturers. We auditioned the 20's for a good 2 hours. I don't know what it is, I have auditioned endless amounts of speakers. I am just IN LOVE with the 20's. I prefer them over the 60's. Matched with a good sub I am literally in sonic utopia. Keep in mind these were the V.2's so the V.3's should be even better This is my aspired setup... Studio 20 V.3 (Front L/R) Studio CC-470 V.3 (Center) Atoms (Rear L/R) I fealt by sacrificing the rear L/R and focusing more on my front stage I will get MUCH more out of my system then doing a mediocore all around. I'm not really into multi ch. music listening. So the atoms are only serving for HT duty. I can do all this for $1576 Canadian Tax included, which IMO is an awesome deal. That's 20% off tax included. I am still intrigued by those Axiom M22Ti's, however I think I was more attracted to them for there stereo purposes then anything. I'm still going to order a pair and compare them directly to my Studio 20's. I will more then likely send them back but ya never know. Anybody know what the V.3 Studio Dipoles go for Canadian? Thanks!