Currently - HT: Outlaw 1050 & 750 driving four Boston Acoustics VR-M50s, one B.A. VR-MC, one ancient Advent "Baby II" as the rear center & nothing upstairs yet. Planned - move the 1050 upstairs and replace it with an Outlaw 950 in the HT. Upstairs will be used for probably 90% or more music. So. Do I buy a good pair of speakers for upstairs and leave the Boston's downstairs? Or do I move the Bostons upstairs and buy a whole new 5.1 set for the HT? Finances are tighter than I had hoped at this point ... I've spent about $2500 more than budgeted after moving in to my new house, thus I can probably afford only $1000 to $1500 for speakers ... I'm not sure that would get me any HT set (5.1 or better) that would sound as good, let alone better, than my Bostons right now. Thus I'm leaning towards a single pair of speakers with a more full range like the Diva 6.1's for the upstairs. That way I could get by without a sub up there and, being fuller range, they'd probably sound better with music. And for watching TV and stuff upstairs, I've got two old Radio Shack Minimus 7's and another Advent "Baby II" that I could use to round out the 1050's outputs for the 10% of the time it might be used for watching TV or something. Anyone have any opinions to share? Am I looking at things bass ackwards? Does my proposed solution make sense? What other speakers are available in the sub $1500 price range? I briefly considered the Boston VR-M90's ... but I'd have to win Lotto to be able to afford something like that. Also, someone on another forum suggeted building my own. While that's tempting, it wouldn't be any cheaper ... I don't have the necessary wood working tools yet, so I'd end up spending a lot of money there. Thanks for any suggestions!