I'm in the process of upgrading my existing home stereo system. Well at least some of it right now. Currently I have my 7 year old Technics Pro-Logic receiver (class h+) for at least another year. My speakers are a set of Allison Acoustics AL-115's in the front, Allison center channel, Allison sub,and Bose 201 in the rears. So as you can see I don't need the Cadillac to be happy, but I would like to upgrade and remove some size with minimal loss in sound quality. My room is 15X18 with 9 foot ceilings. I want a speaker that is either small enough to mount in the front corners or in-walls. The center and rears (bi-polar) will match the rest of my speakers when all is said and done. So let's focus on the fronts only. I've looked at 4 different brands of bookshelf speakers; Polk RT28i, Definitive ProMonitor 100, Klipsch SB-1, and Paradigm Atom. All of these seem to be small enough to mount up in the corners. When listening to them the Definitive definitely had the best sound and were the most expensive at $175/speaker. Klipsch was a little strong on the high end, Paradigm strong on the low end, and Polk was weak in the middle. I've also looked at Klipsch in-walls SCW-2/RCW-3 and Polks. The polk salesman at Circuit City told me to go with the Klipsch if I wanted in-walls. So any help on these selections or other recommended options would be greatly appreciated. Based on the models I'm looking at you can see I'm not going top of the line. Just a good quality sounding speaker. I would also like for the line to have center and rear bi-polars as well so I can keep everything together. Thanks for all your help guys!!!