If the added cost is not too much of a concern, is it worth it to get speakers that are better suited to go below 80hz but not full range than standard dipole or bipole surround speakers? Using Paradigm Studios as an example, with 100's and a 570 up front, would using 40's for surrounds and rears with all speakers having a cutoff of 50 or 60hz sound that much better than using ADP's and 20's cutoff at 80hz? I know 20-30hz isn't that wide of a range, but below 100hz that range becomes quite noticable. I know this has been talked about many times before, but just to double check, if I did this, the entire LFE channel would still be intact, right? Just the redirected bass from the speakers will have lost that range of 20-30hz, yes? I would imagine you would hear a pretty nice improvement, you would get some directional bass. Any thoughts are appreciated.