I have a new Denon 3803 and the new Sony 985V 400 disk DVD changer. I want to add a completely new speaker system for my home theater/living room. It's a large, carpeted room with an open kitchen behind the seating area and very high (2-story) ceilings. The built-in cabinetry at the front of the room requires my 38" RCA HDTV/DirecTV set to be placed on the far left side. The fireplace is in the middle, bookcases above the TV on the left and on the right. Enclosed cabinets below TV on left and below bookcases on right of fireplace. The components will be below the TV inside the cabinets. My main front speakers need to be bookcase sized (the spouse factor!) Here's what I am considering... I am a longtime Klipsch owner (Horns, Heresy and Forte) and I love their sound. I still have a pair of Fortes that my son has now inherited to use in the upstairs gameroom. I have been looking at the Klipsch Reference series sat/sub combos with this as a possibility: center: RCX-4 front/rear: RSX-5 sub: RW-12 I see mention in the forums of a "cinema 8" and "cinema 10" package but I can't find this on the Klipsch website. My other choice has come down to the Onix Rocket Package #5 (av123.com/products_product.php?...rs&product=14.1) which includes: front: RS-250 center: RSC-200 rear: RSS-300 sub ELT SW-10 I have never heard the Rocket system but ALL the reviews are excellent. The forum members--for the most part--back up the reviews with high praise for sound and build quality. Of course, the Rocket system will cost more than the Klipsch and I want to make sure that I am focusing on comparable systems. Any thoughts would be appreciated!