Is timbre matching a real plus or just good marketing by the speaker manufactures? In review of a lot of the the mid priced speakers (Boston, Paradigm etc, etc ) they all tout buying center speakers to match their front speakers. And they all have a long list of floor and bookshelf speakers to chose from but typically only a very small selection of center speakers. And in general, the center is cheaper than the fronts. However, its is generally agreed that the center is the most important piece. So your buying a $300 - $400- $500 center and then fronts that could cost more than double that?? Does that make sense since anywhere from 65% to 75% of the movie experience comes from the center channel? Is it more important to buy a really good center speaker and worry less that if they are timbre matched or if they are from the same manufacturer?? Is this timbre matching issue more hype to make sure you buy your entire set from the same munufacturer?? Would love to hear opinions, thanks.