I contacted JBL and asked why I couldn't find the detailed info on the Studio series speakers like there used to be. The reply said that they are phasing out the current Studio series products and replacing them with a more expensive line. They said that JBL is moving to the Northridge E Series to replace what was formerly the Studio home line of speakers. After looking at a few of the Northridge E series speakers, they don't seem to be as spunky as the former Studio series. I was going to buy the Studio series S36II's with a S-CenterII center channel. It appears the E series equivalent is the E10 for the front and surrounds and the EC25 or EC35 for the center channel. Looking at the specs on the E series speakers vs. the former Studio series, I'm thinking the E series kinda sucks in comparison. What are your thoughts on this issue? Should I try and scoop up some S36II's and a S-CenterII before it's too late, or go with the Northridge E-series? Thanks!