Hey guys, im a little confused coming into this home theater world. I have been into car audio for quite some time and thought I would try something new, im already addicted. Anyways with car audio, speaker size makes a big difference, for example your front stage consists of components, most people tend to stick with 6 1/2" simply because they have better midbass response apposed to 5 1/2". If this is the case wouldnt it mean you should have dedicated drivers for different parts of your system in a home theater setup? If so what is the general rule of thumb? And another thing i dont get is say you have a 5.1 surround setup, whats the difference between have say 1, 2, or even three speakers per channel? And would there be a difference if say per channel theres 2 speakers and there different sizes? Or does any of this trully matter? And whats the advantage of having towers over bookshelf size speakers, whats better? Sorry about the confusion. Thanks.