My wife is really wanting a TV in the bedroom so I've hooked up a spare Pioneer receiver, spare Panasonic DVD player and spare Klipsch sub. The current bookshelf type speakers are some little Bose I have had for many years. I think the paper driver is about 3" and is in a small vented, wedge shaped plastic enclosure. The enclosure vibrates at moderate volume levels and is annoying. These will be dedicated to my garage one of these years. Anyway, I'm looking for some "best bang for the buck" bookshelf speakers for less than $100.00. I've been a Klipsch user for years so I want to try something different this time. More warm sounding I guess. Also they need to be as thin as possible (maybe less than 7" in width). I will note that these speakers will be using the passive crossover in this Klipsch sub (about 80Hz). I also like speakers that can hold their own without a subwoofer attached. I went out to Ebay and they have a lot to offer since everyone is bidding on Bose stuff. Good for me, bad for them. Can anyone offer up some suggestions? Doing it DIY wouldn't be out of the question I just wouldn't know what brand woofers and tweets to pick. Thanks!!