I am setting up my home theater in the basement. The layout allows for the couch to fit into into a nook with a little ledge behind the couch that is perfect for rear speakers. (i wish I could post a picture of the layout). The nook is just wide enough to fit the couch, plus my sub next to the couch. I have an extra center channel speaker, so I was thinking of use it as the rear center (although i've read that this isn't usually the best option). I have Paradigm Titans currently for the mains, and the Paradigm center 170 for front center (matches). I was planning on using the titans as the rear surrounds and upgrading the main to something else like the Paradigm Esprit or Phantom (also in same line as the titan). http://www.paradigm.com/Website/Site...manceSpecs.htm Question is this: should I a) keep Titans as mains, and get the paradigm ADP170 (dipole?) for rear surrounds? b) keep to current plan? c) move Titans to rear and get an ADP 170 for rear center? i was thinking of the ADP's since the walls are so close to the sides of the couch, and thought it might help wth spacial/imaging since the speakers are practically sitting on the corners of the couch. this is almost exclusively for movies... thanks!