Hi, I just got the Pioneer VSX-914K receiver to help start my first HT. Decided on going with the Klipsch Reference series speakers but not sure exactly how much speaker the receiver can handle (heard bad things about underpowering the speakers and blowing them out). My initial leaning is towards the Cinema 10 series with 4 RSX-5s, the RCX-4 and the RW-10 sub. So my question is twofold: 1) The satellites (and center) are rated at 75W continuous/300W peak. The receiver is rated 110W x 6 so it should be fine but I've read that the 110W isn't actually what goes to each speaker when they're all running. Can someone help me clarify what the receiver power rating really means for those speakers? Do I need to step down to the RSX-4s (50W/200W)? 2) Second, the room I'm trying to fill is about 17' x 18' with 11' ceilings and opens up into a hallway (i.e. lots of airspace). Is there anything I could get on that receiver that will "fill" that kind of space? For example, I don't think I could get the RF-25s floor speakers (125W cont./500W peak) to replace the front satellites. Or could I? Thanks much. Appreciate any help I can get.