OK, I am putting together a home theater system, and focusing on getting my sound in order. I will be purchasing an Onkyo TX-SR600 receiver to power my system. I have been looking at what speakers I am going to hang on this system and have come up with a few choices. I would be pleased if one of these systems was well received or if there is another direction I should go, I would be happy to take that input. The room this system will be placed in is 17.5?x13? for a square footage of 227.5 sq ft. The primary listening position is about 12 feet from the video source. I am looking to stay under $1000 for the speakers. While the systems below utilize bookshelf speakers, I am not opposed to using floor standing if they meet my requirements. The systems that I have heard in stores to this point that interest me are as follows in order of current preference based on sound comparison. 1. Definitive Technology PC80.5: This uses 4 PM80 bookshelf speakers with a PC100 center channel, and I would add a PS80 subwoofer. Total package cost about $1000. 2. Polk RM6700: This uses 4 bookshelf speakers with a voice matched center channel. I would likely add the Polk PSW303 sub to the package. Total package cost, $960. Now I have also been steered to the Home Theater Direct site and there I can pick up a level 3 package for the general prices listed above, but have no way to compare them to the systems I have heard in stores, so I cannot really compare them. Any recommendations here? Thank you for all the help.