Okeedokee, I tried this before without much in the way of replies. So I'll alter my approach here and take one segment at a time. I will be moving in about 6-8 months and will be selling off most of my system and replacing it after we move. For now I'm looking for ideas on how to rebuild the system and I would like to start with the speakers and mentally rebuild my HT from the speakers inward--so to speak. As it stands, my system is currently as follows: Sony KP-53HS10 Monster Cable HTS3000 Panasonic DVD-RV80 Pioneer CLD-D606 Lexicon DC-1 v4.0 Adcom GFA-555s (200x2 WPC - Four amps total) Vandersteen VCC-1 Vandersteen 3's (one pair) Vandersteen 2ci's (two pairs) SVS 16-46CS Radio Shack Gold interconnects (audio and video) Monster Cable speaker wiring (I don't have the model type in front of me, but it is a mid-level variety that--mostly it has four individual sets of strands for bi-wiring my Vandy 3's and 2ci's). I have considered simply replacing the Vandersteens with the newer equivelents: a VCC-5, a pair of 3A Sigs, and two pairs of 2CE Sigs. I have also considered using another pair of 2CE Sigs in place of the 3A Sigs and attaching a Vandersteen sub for the front stereo pair. Additionally, if I went this route, I would consider replacing the SVS with the Vandersteen HT sub and then I could stack the two Vandersteen subs in a corner. Which would way do you think would be better? What other speaker options should I consider? I'm open to suggestions. My maximum budget would be $10,000, but most likely much less (I'd expect to be able to find the Vandy's at a good discount because I would be making a large purchase, but that would apply to most speakers I would think). Thanks so much for any replies!