(I also posted this earlier today on avsforum.com) Greetings, oh great and wizened audiophiles, I am but a lowly uneducated audio novice and I am trying to set up a home theater in my converted 2-car garage. The room is 24' wide, 23' deep, and 8' floor to ceiling with the primary seating 15' from the screen wall. I will not be playing video games, listening to music, or watching TV shows. The audio setup will be for dedicated family "Movie Nights" only. I'm desperately trying to ride the razor's edge between a budget and quality system - a system that won't break the bank, but will provide a rich, deep movie-theater experience (at least to my novice ears). After a bit of superficial online research I THINK I've found something that will fit the bill, but since I don't really know what the heck I'm doing I've come to get your blessing. Here's my setup: Receiver: Onkyo TX-NR828 Center: Klipsch RC-62 II Reference Series Fronts: Klipsch RF-82 II Reference Series Floorstanding Loudspeaker Surrounds: Klipsch RS-62 II Reference Series Surround Speaker Rears: Klipsch RS-62 II Reference Series Surround Speaker Sub: Klipsch R-115SW 800W Powered 15" Subwoofer (with plans to add a second sub someday) Will this be enough to fill my big room? Is there anywhere I can cut corners? For example, can I replace the expensive RS-62 surrounds with RS-41 speakers? What if I only downgraded the rears? I beseech you. Help me, oh masters of sound, you're my only hope. Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer, -Ash P.S. I can't afford to get all this stuff at once, so if you could only get a pair at a time, what order would you buy the stuff in - receiver, center, fronts, sub, surrounds, rears? Thank you.