I am considering purchasing Paradigm Studio 60's as fronts and Studio 20's as rears. From reading this forum, I am aware that some of you are currently using that (or a similar setup with Studio 40's) setup. In my case, the rear speakers must be wall mounted. I was planning to get Omnimount brackets, so the back of the speaker would not be parallel with the side wall and would be separated by several inches. The local dealer who has the Paradigm line also has Boston Acoustics. He is strongly recommending that I do not use the Studio 20's for rears and recommends Boston Micro 100's. FYI, he also recommends Boston VR950's over the Studio 60's. With a subwoofer (which will be purchased whether I go Paradigm or Boston....or B&W), he thinks the extra $ for the Studio 60's is not justified. Without subs, I definitely prefer the Paradigms. With the sub on, it is much closer but I think i still prefer the Paradigms by a slight margin. He says that using the Boston Micro speakers and not being consistent with the fronts will have negligible effect on the overal sound quality, given the amount of material that is sent to the rear speakers. Also, he says that the rear port of the Studio 20's makes them unsuitable for wall mounting (bracket or not bracket). The Studio 20's definitely sound better than the Micro 100's, and cost just a wee bit more. Plus, they would be matched to the front speakers. I'm considering not taking the dealers advice and going with the Studio 20's. But, if the Studio 20's are not applicable for wall mounting with brackets i'm probably going to look closer at B&W 604 with 601's as rears. What do you guys think?