I just bought a new receiver/speaker set-up that consists of the following: Denon AVR 3805 Paradigm Mini Monitors (front) Paradigm CC-370 (center) Paradigm ADP-370 (surround) Paradigm PS-1000 (sub) My first question is, is this a properly matched speaker package? I listened to it at the dealer and compared it to other combinations and I thought it sounded great, and I think it sounds great in my basement, but I'd appreciate any thoughts as to whether any piece of the package doesn't fit with the rest. I still have my old system sitting around the house, that I'll be looking to sell if I can find anyone interested. It consists of the following: Denon AVR 3300 Paradigm Atoms (front and surround) Paradigm CC-170 (center) Paradigm PDR-10 (sub) My second question is, rather than try to sell my old system as a package, should I keep 2 of the Atoms and run some wire to the back wall for a 7.1 set-up? Will the Atoms suffice for 7.1 rear surround duty? Will the Atoms match the rest of my set-up? If so, will I notice enough of a difference watching movies with the 2 Atoms in the rear to make it worthwhile to figure out how to get them mounted back there? I apologize in advance for the length of this post. I don't know much about the "technical" aspects of home theater, which is why I've found this forum to be so helpful. Any thoughts?