Ok, after years (it seems) of analysis paralysis, I'm days away from getting my first 5.1 system. I'm buying a Denon 3803 AVR and will probably mate it to the following Paradigm speakers: Fronts - Monitor 11's Center - CC370 rear surrounds - ADP 370's Subwoofer - pw2200 Here are my questions: 1 - what do you think of this system in general? 2 - do I really need the 11's instead of the 9's? (I like BIG fronts, but maybe I'm just doing a 'Tim Allen') 3 - I've heard that the ADP 370s sound great for movies, but don't handle DVD music as rear channels with vocals and instruments sounding muddy on tracks that make more use of them - do I really need to only use these as side surrounds and go with direct radiating speakers for the rear? Would direct radiating rears by themselves provide a diverse enough soundfield for movies? If so, which timbre-matched Monitor series would be best - the monitor 3's? 4 - What crossover setting would work out best overall with this set-up? Maybe between 80-90 hertz due to the center and surrounds? Thanks for your input!