OK - it is now time to begin replacing speakers. I had an Eosone sub/sat system that I bought 8 years ago when I worked at Best Buy. I replaced the sub with an SVS 20-39 3 years ago. The sound was incredible. I have been very happy with our setup. The size was nice (tiny) but the sound was big! I tweaked the system for every last drop that could be gotten out of it. However - I have apparently killed one of the speakers. I currently have it as the left rear - so it's not as noticeable - but it's definitely replacement time. As Eosone is out of business as far as I can tell - I have to replace at minimum 2 speakers and will probably look at all 5. My room is approximately 14x17 with a Mits 46807 tv, Denon 3801 receiver and the SVS is driven by a Fidek. It is important to note that 85% of our listening is done via movies - 5% tv viewing (football) and 10% music - via iPod. Last weekend I took the wife and kids (I'm brave!) to Tweeter to check out their replacement options. We listened to Polk, Sapphire, and Mirage. What we walked away with was an appreciation for the Polk RTi seris. I'm considering the RTi6 for mains (they hang on the wall and I already put in-wall speaker cable in!) with a CSi5 for the center and looking at either the FXi3 or FXi5 for the surrounds. I plan on keeping the SVS!! This ranges from $1150 to $1300 depending on the surround. We demoed the LSi series and they were nice - but my wife agreed with me that we didn't notice $800 - $1000 worth of difference between them. The Sapphire was nice - but it didn't keep up as well as the RTi. The Mirage speakers didn't even stay in the same ballpark - I wasn't impressed at all with them. We're not ready to purchase today - it's going to be a month or two probably. I just wanted to get the ball rolling - and make my wife comfortable with the thought of spending MORE money on the theater! Any thoughts or feedback from any of you out there?