I posted this in the Basic HT area but thought that since my concern is based around my current speakers that maybe this belonged here instead. I have been contemplating on replacing my current receiver but I know that speakers can be as, if not more important in getting the best results for HT. I have a variety of speakers that make up my HT and I have heard you should try and use the same brand/performance speakers throughout. I am primarily interested in movies not music. I would like some imput based on the receiver and speakers below as to what part of my setup would benefit me most with a $1000 upgrade. I will be looking at spending another $1000 later in the year to upgrade what I don't upgrade now (receiver or speakers). One of my objectives is to add a rear center channel. I have a 14x16 HT room. Due to room setup my rear speakers will have to be ceiling or upper rear wall mounted. Receiver - Kenwood 1080VR Dolby Digital : Front 120w + 120w, Center 120w, Surround 60w + 60w - all 1kHZ, 0.7% T.H.D Front Speakers- Fisher Preference STV9045 Towers (1985) 130w 40Hz to 20kHZ Center- JBL CL505 125w 90db Sub- Kenwood SW-300 Surround- Infinity Minuette 80w 200HZ to 20kHZ 87db also have but not currently in use: JBL G300 80w 50HZ - 20 kHZ 89db I am concerned that as old as my front speakers are they probably weren't designed with digital sound in mind. Is this a valid concern?