After reading this board and sucking up as much information as possible, I dedicated last weekend to auditioning the following in-wall systems: SpeakerCraft 8.8MT Sonance 843 DefTech UIW75 Paradigm SA-30 B&W signature 7NT Klepsch Missing from the list are Thiel (b/c the only dealer in Phoenix did not have any available to audition) and Triad - same reason. They were also very expensive. My budget for 6 speakers (no sub) was $2500. I also wanted to keep the size of the in-walls to a maximum of 15" x 10" -- which eliminated three driver speakers made by Kef, Phase Technology, and other quality speakers. My favorite was the B&W Signature 7NT, followed very closely by the Paradigm SA-30. Problem is that the B&W put me over budget by $200; the Paradigms are well within budget at $2200. I'm not an avid audiophile, but I do have a good ear for distinguishing speakers. I played the same music through each speaker. I felt that B&W had a warm, rich sound to it, while still providing crispness to high notes. Same with Paradigm, but just not quite as warm feeling. The Speaker Craft and Def Tech did not stand out at all. To me, the sound was bland coming from these speakers. And although the salesperson hyped the pivoting tweeter in the Speaker Craft, I noticed that the amount of pivot is not enough to aim the tweeter at my listening area. I also heard opinions (from salesmen of non-pivoting speakers) that the pivot did not help very much and was a "marketing gimmic." In any event I did not like the sound from either the Speaker Craft or Def Tech -- or rather I did not like it as much as B&W. Klepsch was very bright, flat, fatiguing, etc. Nearly all the negative adjectives I've read came to mind. I hope this can help someone else. If anyone has any questions, I have info about nearly every high end in-wall speaker out there and will be happy to direct you to the websites.