I need your help deciding! Alright, I did finally come to a decision on my speakers a month or 2 ago with the PSB 4t (well I actually heard the PSB 3LR but the driver configuration is exactly the same in the 4t (two 5.25" drivers and a 1" Aluminum dome tweeter in a 2 1/2 way design) just that the 4t is a floor stander vs the 3LR being a large bookshelf). With good solid performance that I knew I would be able to really enjoy my music and a dirt cheap price of $400 (US) (MSRP: $650), my mind was made up. They had features that I was looking for, like magnetic shielding and front firing ports. Not only that but they come with the full warranty and are sold at my local A/V store. NOTE: tested the 3LR with a NAD 60w/ch receiver. After all this waiting, this week's pay check will finally allow me to make my purchase (bills, tuition, and text book prices suck). On a whim I head over to another store to see if they have anything on sale or clearence. It turned out that they have almost every polk speaker on sale except of course for the LSIs and the other new models. So I bust out my test CD that I auditioned the PSBs with, and take a listen to the RTi800 (two 6.5" drivers and 1" Tri-laminate dome tweeter in a 2 way design, also magnetically shielded and bottom firing port with attached power port thingy). I go through almost the entire CD A/Bing the RTi800 to its small brother the RTi600 (800 easily wins), as well as the LSi 15 (which was only tads better, probably needs more power to really sing). At the end of the CD I knew I also had a speaker which I could be happy with, and with a clearence price of $360 (MSRP: $980) its also very tempting. NOTE: tested RTi800 with a Onkyo SR500 65w/ch receiver. So I'm pretty much now wondering if my original choice of the PSB 4t (B Stock) $400 is the right choice vs the Polk RTi800 clearence priced speaker (may or may not be the showroom) $360. Sound wise I can't make up a winner in my head, but then again I haven't heard the PSB 4t just the 3LR about 2 months ago. The other selling point of the Polk that I am thinking is the real wood finishes which from my knuckle test seems to make them very solid speakers. I just can't decide right now. HELP ME DECIDE! Give meany inputs, opinions, or more information I should have. Thanks in advance.