Hi all, I am setting up my first home theater ever, in a new home that I moved into. The room is 15' wide by 20' long, but the entertainment area will be about 10' long (part of a great room with a kitchen / nook area), with tile floors through out, and a 8' by 10' rug in the entertainment area. For display I will have the Samsung 61" DLP screen (which I will acquire in a few months, once the LCOS screens arrive, which should help drop the price of these TV's). For 5.1 sound I have acquired the Best Buy Klipsch Synergy series SF-3 package. I have about $250 in Best Buy gift cards and reward zone certificates, which is going to offset the package price to about $1,750. For receiver I have the Yamaha HTR 5760. The subwoofer is the KSW-12, 12" 440 Watt model. The center is the SC-1, Dual 5-1/4" 2-Way Center-Channel Speaker. The two front speakers are Klipsch Synergy Series Dual-8" 2-Way Floorstanding Speaker - Black, SF-3. The two rear surround speakers are Klipsch 5-1/4" 2-Way Wall-Mount Surround Speakers (Pair) - Black Ash, SS-1. The receiver is capable of 7.1, so I am thinking of two more SS-1's to make it 7.1. I had done some research into home theater set ups, and was going to go with the Polk RM7600 series with the Polk 12" sub at Fry's electronics that was on sale at Fry's for $1,000 on July 4 weekend. However, by the time I got to Fry's on Monday, the sale was over, and the home audio supervisor as well as the store manager were unwilling to budge from the regular rip-off $1,800 price. I was also thinking of buying the Athena Micra 6 series, but after some time listening to them, I thought that they didn't offer the loudness that was appropriate for my great room. I think some have said on here that the Yamaha and Klipsch speakers are very bright sounding, but the same set up in the Best Buy store to my newbie ears sounded pretty good. I spent about an hour in the store listening to various types of music and movies before deciding to go with the SF-3 package. So the main reasons I wanted to get the package are: 1) price for the package, 2) it sounded pretty nice in the store, 3) I travel for work throughout the week, and on weekends I hardly have time to shop for components, so for a first time home theater set up if this is sufficient, then I can live with it for a few years before upgrading. Can you please give your thoughts on the set up? Thanks.