Disclaimer, I know literally nothing about AV equipment! I have just set up a new home theater and I am getting terrible sound, can't hardly understand the words during movies. I know that I have some acoustic issues to address but before doing that I would like to get some better speakers. I am currently using some little theater in a box Sony stand speakers and I don't think they are capable of doing this system justice. My setup is a converted R.V. garage. It is a perfect rectangle 30 feet long by 20 feet wide by 16 feet high. I am using about 15' of the length for my theater area, the rest is a game room. There is no divider between the two areas so my 'theater' is an area about 20 feet deep by 15 feet wide by 16 feet tall. My screen is 124" diagonal projection and the main viewing are is about 18' from the screen. My receiver is a Denon AV-590, 5.1. I already have a 200 watt Energy 8" Subwoofer and am looking to upgrade my front sound stage, Front, Center and Left. I will do the rears later, just using the little sonys for now. I did not intend to spend a ton of money on speakers but after going through the cost and trouble of setting up a 1080P, 124" theater, Blu Ray player and running everything through HDMI I realized that by skimping on the speakers I am selling the 'theater' experience WAY short. I tried to watch The Dark Night and couldn't even understand half of the dialog. I went to best buy and ended up in the Magnolia area looking at speakers that were much more expensive than I anticipated. For my budget the salesman strongly recommended the Definitive Tech Pro Monitor 1000 setup, R/C/L. At $220 a speaker it is still more than I wanted to spend but could probably live with it. I have to admit, they sure sounded good to me. Anyway, I am looking for suggestions of other speakers or affirmation on this set of Def Techs before I pull the trigger on $660 worth of 3 little speakers. My questions are, are these enough to do the job in this big of room and are there better options for me in the same price range. I could use floor stand speakers as well. (I am mostly concerned with movie watching, music not so much) Thanks in advance for any replies!