I am looking to purchase all new speakers about 2000 (2100 is absolute max). Having heard good things about Klipsch from my friend, and having great experience with their Promedia line, I am fairly sure I'd like to go with them. The Reference Series seems to be the best for hometheater. I am mostly likely looking to pair up: 2 RF-5s @ $495 apiece = $990 1 RC-3II @ $239 2 RS-3II @ $375 a pair 1 KSW-15 @ 469 (from the Synergy Series, Reference Subs are too expensive for my budget) Total: $2073 This puts me slightly over 2000 but I can pick up the Denon 3802 for 899, giving me an extra 100 for speakers. This is the absolute highest price I can go. Does anyone have any experience with this setup, especially with the Denon 3802 receiver? Alternatively, I could go with the cheaper RF-3IIs mains and go for a more expensive subwoofer, but would that be wise? I am also open to purchasing an SVS sub, but which would be best for this setup? Also, is there anything I should consider before deciding on this? I might be able to listen to a similar setup at my friend's house, but no stores around me carry these speakers, making a listening test impossible (though if they sound anything like the Promedias, i'll be happy). Additionally, sometime in the near future (perhaps christmas) I'll be adding an amp and two more rears to make a full 7.1 setup, will this setup work well with that? Thank you for the assistance!