I'm trying to decide between a couple different choices. I can get a PSB Image 6T + 9C combo for about $850, or a Paradigm Monitor 7 + CC370 for about the same. (Within about $30 of each other) I initially went to hear the Image 5T (at DMC-Electronics.com, they're local to me.) As David demoed for me, the 6T's have a slightly better midrange than the 5T. (And I mean slightly, he had to switch back and forth a few times before I could hear it.) The 6T's are capable of thunderous bass, not sure how "tight" it is. I also heard the Monitor 7+CC370 combo at a Paradigm dealer nearby. (Interestingly, owned by David's brother) The Monitor 7's sound quite good as well. I helped my sister set up her system 2 weeks ago, and we bought the Mini-monitors + CC370 + Atom's from him. Got a PSB Subsonic 5i from DMC. Didn't like that the Paradigm's don't have a phase switch. (The Image 2b's were considered as well, but were too big. Plus, the Atom's were availalble in white, which was important to her.) So, I can't decide, Monitor 7 or Image 6T. (Or 5T?) Room is about 15X10, with celing open to 2nd floor, and open to kitchen/dining room. With the depth of the 6T, the right speaker would be no more than 6" from the rear wall. The left would be a bit into the dining area, so no rear wall directly behind it. I can demo the 6T's at home for a week, but not the Monitor-7. (You'd think Paradigm would set their dealers up with some extra demo speakers that they could loan out to prospective purchasers.) I currently have Klipsch KG 4.5, KV-1, and forgot the model of the Klipsch dipole surrounds. Don't have a sub, never needed one with the Klipsch. They are somewhat boomy, so I want to be sure that doesn't happen with the new set. I'll be keeping the surrounds for awhile, maybe considering new ones next year if needed. Receiver's a Sony STR-DB930. Any and all comments appreciated!