I have had a pair of martin logan aeons for about 8 years now just for listening to music. I'm now going to complete a home theater setup and I hope to still use the aeons for my mains. I'm looking at adding a sub first and will go with a descent or depth, probably leaning towards the depth. I'll then purchase a stage for the center hopefully sometime in the near future. My system is a large open room in the basement and I don't have the walls necessary for mounting my surrounds. The best I can do is to attach my surrounds to the ceiling, hopefully hanging them down from something like omnimount brackets. I prewired my ceiling to except my surrounds and put in a couple of 2X4's between the floor joist to handle brackets and weight. The only surrounds that Martin logan makes that might possibly work for my space are the vignettes, the frescoes are too wide. But I would rather use small (around 12" high by 8" wide) bookshelf speakers on the omnimount ceiling brackets. How important is it that the surrounds match in timber with the rest of the speakers? Has anyone had experience with matching martin logan speakers with a different brands surrounds? I would think that as long as the surrounds are of a high quality, that exact timber matching wouldn't be as much of an issue? Am I wrong?