A "friend of a friend" owns a small mom 'n' pop electronics store halfway across the country (in this case, Canada), and he has offered to get me Jamo speakers at his cost. Getting speakers at cost sounds like a dream come true for most--especially since markup is unbelievable on them (100% or more, usually)--but in this case, I have some concerns... 1) I want towers for mains, and that means probably the E870 series...and I have not found a glowing review for them yet (ecoustics, google, etc.). For that matter, I have not found a glowing review for any of the low-mid Jamo speaker line. E870: http://www.jamospeakers.com/consumer...id=E+870&tab=2 2) If I get them from this fellow, they're mine to keep, as the shipping costs for "across Canada" for a few hundred pounds of speakers is, well, excessive. If I don't like them, I'm pooched. 3) I haven't had a chance to listen really critically to the PSB 5T/9C combo, but from what I have read, and seen from the specs, they would be a perfect fit for me--but I'd have to pay retail. So do I buy something that's a great deal, and hope I like it (it worked for the Yammie 2200 this same guy sold me), or do I bite the bullet, spend the money, and get something I'm "more likely to like"? Thoughts? Advice? Thanks!