I'm curious as to what the preferred speaker setup is for 6.1. Traditionally, I always thought that one should use floor standing mains with a matching center, along with either 2 small satellites or bookshelves for the surrounds. However, I've been seeing an increasing trend to use matching or equivalent floor standing speakers for the surrounds. My current speaker setup is Klipsch KLF-10's as the mains with a KLF-C7 in the center, with my oldie-but-goodie Infinity SM-165 bookshelves as the surround satellites. My other option is to go with a setup where the entire stage is matching, by acquiring a pair of KLF-30's (I have a line on a deal), which would still match perfectly with the KLF-C7, and use the KLF-10's as the surrounds, and getting rid of the Infinitys. Either way, the only remaining dilema I'm faced with is finding a decent center for the rear, if I decide to go 6.1. I have a Newcastle R-956 6.1 AVR, but my newly acquired Parasound HCA-2205A is 5.1, so I'll have to decide what to do there. I've had a few people lately extoll the virtues of an all-matching setup. I'm just concerned that such a setup would be overkill. Any thoughts?