I have a Paradigm Reference Series home theatre speaker system. In my last house, the set-up consisted of Studio 60 mains, CC470 center, and ADP-470 surrounds with an M&K sub. It sounded great. We just moved into a new house. The Studio 60's are being used again as my front l&r speakers in the great room. The prior owner had installed Bose in-wall speakers in the rear wall of the great room (and also left some 701's and a VCS-10 for the fronts and center). Because of their position, I plan on using the in-wall Bose speakers for the back l&r channels (I have a Yamaha 7.1 channel receiver). My ADP-470's are much too big for the side left and right positions in this room, so I bought a pair of Cinema-ADP's for those positions, and I'm pleased with them so far. They actually seem to hold up to the Studio 60's quite well, at least at reasonable listening levels. I have a bigger size problem with the center channel. The room is dominated by a large stone fireplace flanked by built-in bookcases. Our display is a Pioneer 50" plasma that will hang over the fireplace mantle. There is just no place to put the CC470, which is quite massive. I could conceivably set it into the wall, but it is still really too tall for that (over 9 inches high). Every inch of center channel speaker height means the already too high display has to be moved even higher. I experimented briefly with a Bose VCS-10 center channel speaker that the prior homeowner left behind. It fits neatly on the mantle and is only three inches high, but it sounded awful with the Studio 60s. In fact, I could barely hear it. I've looked around and found three center channel speakers that look like they MIGHT work. I was hoping someone here would share their experience with them, and also comment on how each might sound in my set-up. They are: Paradigm Cinema 110C Infinity TSS-Center4000 Mirage OmniSat v2 CC All are relatively short and shallow (4-5" in each dimension), so they should fit on the fireplace mantle without having to move the display too far up. They all use an array of smaller drivers stretched out in a horizontal line. The Infinity has the most drivers (6 midrange and 1 tweeter, IIRC), and the Paradigm has the fewest (2 midrange and 1 tweeter). The Paradigm is by far the cheapest, at well under $200. The Inifinity is the most expensive at about $500, and the Mirage is second at $400. I'm willing to pay the extra money to get the best sound, but don't want to waste a couple hundred extra bucks on something that won't be significantly better. Whaddya think? Is there another one I ought to be considering?