Decisions... decisons... just when I thought I had fully decided on going with the Klipsch Reference Series (R*-3II series all around) to mate with my new Denon 3802, and upcoming SVS Sub (waiting for the PC+ line), my friend comes over and starts to rave about some Paradigm speakers he purchased. Then he tells me there is a local dealer around only a few miles away from where I live. So, now I have the chance to at least demo the Paradigms (but, unfortunately, not in home, just in store). Unfortunately, I have no chance to demo the Klipsch speakers (well, I might be able to demo the mains at a friend's house, depending on when he sets them up, if I'm lucky). Basically, my question is, which setup would mate better with a Denon 3802 and SVS PC+ 20-39 subwoofer?: Klipsch Reference (prices I know I can get online): 2 RF-3IIs @ 560 1 RC-3II @ 239 2 RS-3IIs @ 375 Total: 1356.18 + Tax and Shipping OR Paradigm Monitor Series (estimates based on MSRP, hopefully I can haggle if necessary): 2 Monitor 7s @ 650 1 CC370 @ 330 2 ADP 170 @ 400 (can't swing the ADP 370s) Total 1476.60 + Tax I have narrowed it down to these two speaker manufacturers, but am willing to play with the configurations slightly as long as it comes under 1500 with tax and shipping included. If it matters, the Klipschs would be purchased online, whereas the Paradigms would be purchased locally (hopefully they'll have what I want in stock!). Thanks for the assistance!