Hi, I am looking for an HT diy kit for < $1200 that would give me a lot of bang for the buck. I posted on DIYAUDIO and got several responses with ppl suggesting the Audax kit. I also did an extensive search on this forum and found that the Audax kit is highly recommended. My problem is that my dad wants the front to be floorstanders not bookshelves. Someone on the other forum suggests for me to build the front as floorstanding but divide it into two chambers. One chamber for the drivers and the other for crossover,etc. This idea sounds good to me until someone else comments that since the baffle size is different, this would affect the performance. What is your comment on this? Also I did extra research into other kits and also found that GR-Research kits are highly regarded. A copy and paste from the other forum: "I was thinking that one can get the pair of AV3 for the front $329, the AV1+ $300, and a single AV1+ $160 which all add up to about $788 versus the Audax kit which is about $610 at Madisound (all price doesnt include shipping). According to GR-Research, the AV3 is very similar to the AV1+ besides that it goes a little deeper so I dont think timbre matching is a problem. There's a $178 difference between the two but they are still in the same ballpark. How would the GR-Research system compare to the Audax? Is it worth the extra money?" For the money and the usage (70% music 30% movie), which would you recommend? Is there any other kit that surpasses these two in performance for the money that I have missed? Much thanks.