Ok I recently picked up a Pioneer VSX-d811s at a great price. I wont be setting it up till June as its a birthday gift from my wife. I was planning to use the speakers for an old RCA Home Theaer in a box set up but I decided to invest a little $ in some new speakers. Im not a true audiophile and I was just looking for somehting better that what I had and more up to tkaing the 100 watts per channel of the new reciever. I picked up three sets of the KLH Model TW-09B “Twistable” 2-Way 100 Watt Multi-Purpose Speaker Pair. Im planning on using a 6.1 set up and I already have a powered subwoof to use. However, I noticed the next day bestbuy ran a special on the KLH Center Channel and 3-Pc. Surround Sound Series Model HT-9930. So I swapped out one pair of the twisties for this set. Now I have a center channel but Im unsure of how to use the two speakers that come with it as they are different than the twistables. My initial thought is to use four twistables as front left and right and rear left and right and use one of the speakers from the 3 piece set as my rear center. Any thoughts or suggestions? Due to room layout and "neatness" issues I have to refrain from 7.1 for now....... Thanks!