Hey guys, I'm new here, but I already really appreciate the help that random posts have given me. Particularly in pointing me towards SVS subs and Paradigm speakers. I've got a $2000 budget to match my new 57" Sony with a worthy HT setup, but I need some opinions. My room is about 26'x14', has an opening near the top of one side to the kitchen (to watch TV while cooking I suppose), and an opening at the back to the back of the kitchen, both of them large. Did I mention the large rock fireplace across from the kitchen opening? In other words, it's a pretty spacy room, and not at all easy for speaker setup. I want this mainly for HT, but also for music occasionally. My question is, for this budget and this awful room, what is the best way to go? I was thinking of an SVS PCi25-31 for the sub, Paradigm Studio 20's for the fronts, a CC-470 for the center and a couple ADP-470's for the rears. This puts me over my budget of course, especially considering I need a new receiver, but I'm willing to spend an extra dollar or two to make sure the investment is worth it. I've read good things about Monitor 7's, but do I need that much bass if I have the PCi25-31? I love big bass, but would the money just be better spent on the more accurate, rich 20's instead? Any suggestions welcome, Paradigm or no. I've heard Klipsch speakers, and they sound pretty good to me, but I trust you guys, and if you say Paradigm is for real, I'll go in that direction. Thanks for any help.