Right now I'm looking at the Infinity IL-10 and the Polk RT-35i. The IL-10s have glowing reviews and I have heard nothing but good things about them, and while the RT-35i's are very new, I've also heard very good things about them. If I go the Infinity route I'd probably get the IL-36C center to match, & if Polk, than I'd be getting the CS400i. Now here's the thing... I'm a bit impartial to Infinity as I already have Infinity HPS-1.5 booshelves, but after reading the Sound & Vision review of the Infinity Interlude system (link), I'm a bit weary of the IL-36C center: "The Interlude system seemed to sugar-coat voices, which sounded tonally natural but lacked articulation. Any roughness or edge to a voice was glossed over. Since much of the dialogue in The Green Mile is spoken in a Southern drawl, it was sometimes difficult to understand the lines. Several times my movie-watching partner and I looked at each other and asked, "What did he say?" The Interludes didn't always provide the answer." However, from perusing audioreview, a few people who listened to both the Infinity and Polk, stated that the Infinities displayed superior 'crisp' highs. The HPS-1.5's will be going in the rear. If I go Polk I'll probably phase this pair out for another set of RT-35i's in the future. Who knows, Polks and Infinities may even match well! So what do you guys suggest I do?