Not sure if I've ever heard/seen this done on this forum, but several at the Klipsch forum have done this. I recently converted my JBL HT to a Klipsch Legend set-up with the requisite C7 for a center channel. I was intrigued by the guys who had converted a tower into a center for even better imaging across the front, so when more scratch & dent KLF-10's showed up on e-bay I picked one up VERY cheap. Since I have some MDF left over from my sonosub I'm set. The KLF-10 is a 2-way with (2) 10" drivers and a horn, much like the C7 which has (2) 8" drives and a horn. I'll pop out the front baffle, only held in with Liquid Nails and trace it out on the MDF. Basically I'll duplicate the C7 driver layout on the new baffle and cut/route away. There's no internal bracing, only some dampening material behind the drivers which I'll move to the new locations. Only other thing is ordering some bucking magnets from Klipsh for video shielding. I'll probably have about $250 into it when finished. For a center channel that will do roughly 32 Hz to 20 KHz Frequency Response and handles 600 watt peaks. Plus it will blend even better with my 30's. Any thoughts/opinions on this idea???