I originally found this site looking for reviews on the JBL Studio series. I have since decided that I will be keeping the speakers for a while that I should spend a little more. I probably won't be in the market for speakers until next year, but if I was buying now this is what I would get(note speakers would also he used for HT) The room size would be a typical apartment room. front: Studio 40 or 60 center: CC Rear: Studio 20 or ADP Sub: SVS or Servo-15 If I do buy these I will be taking a trip to Canadia Ideally, I would like to save up for the 100's, but from what I have read I will need at least 200 w/ch. That means I would need an external amp so $2000 more dollars would be needed(I would just buy a 5 ch amp), which would cost too much currently. I thought that the 100's would be the best speakers music-wise, am I right? If I am right and the 100's would be the best and would be a 10/10 where would the 40's rate?(?/10) What is generally considered to be the better musical setup large mains with no sub, or bookshelves with sub? I originally was planning on getting an Onkyo 797, 898, or a DA5ES, but since these speakers are considered bright should I get a "warm" reciever. I know Denon's are warm, but what are Onkyo's considered? I have read that the 40's have a better midrange so would that be better for classical music? I have also read reviews on the Diva's? How would they compare to the Paradigms? My goal was to have concert hall sound for approximately $2-3,000.(i.e. would want the speakers to play what was intended, not exaggerate any frequencies) Would the Paradigms fit the bill, or would another line be better? Thanks for going through all of my questions, and if there are any other speakers that would sound as good or better than the Paradigms for $3,000 please let me know. David For those that are curious this is what I would currently get for my complete system. This is my first home theater so I'm going all out. Prices are approximate estimates from J&R, Oades, and A4Less. Receiver Onkyo 898 (1100) Sony DA5ES (900) SACD/CD Sony 555 (800) Cassette Sony WA7ESA (300) VCR JVC S9900 (400) DVD Sony NS-7000p (275) Cables AR Pro (350-400) TV Sony WEGA 27" (750)or 32" (1000) Total approx. $4000 With Speakers $6,000-$7,500 Later: External 5 or 7 channel Amp (1500-2500) Parasound seems to go well with Paradigm. Rear Surround Speakers S20 or ADP.