I haven't bought a stereo component in a number of years, and am taking my first steps into home theater. While my stereo setup is getting a little long in the tooth, I am still happy with it. It consists of a Harman Kardon receiver, Polk Monitor 10 speakers and a Nakamichi CD player (among other things). I still love those Polks! I'm trying to figure out if I want to consolidate my audio and new home theater system into one, or keep them separate. If I consolidate, I will need to upgrade the receiver and match surrounds and center speaker (maybe subwoofer, maybe not) to my Polks. The Polk website even has a section which suggests the pieces that best match their vintage speakers. This leaves me with an unused receiver that will probably breed a whole new system in the basement. It would be impossible to audition this combination before buying, since my speakers are long since out of production. If I keep the home theater separate (it's going in a different room than the one that the audio equipment is in now anyway) then I need all of the same plus front speakers. The difference in cash outlay for a complete 6 piece speaker setup does not appear to be much different than buying the individual pieces to augment the existing speakers. Any suggestions/thoughts on matching satellites to older audio speakers? The impedance on the Monitor 10's is 6 ohms, while the corresponding satellites would probably show 8 ohms.