I currently have a pair of Polk Audio RT8's (6.5"woofer and 3/4" silk tweeter tower) and some Bose 201's for my rear surrounds. I want to replace the 201's with some matching Polk's and get a Polk center channel. The problem is that my RT8's are almost 3 years old and Polk has replaced their line with their new trilaminate tweeter and the woofers with those blue woofers (mine are black). Will this new line match up good with my older RT8's? I think I will be alright with surrounds because Polk still makes the RT1's with a 5 1/4" woofer and 3/4" silk tweeter (same woofer and tweeter as my RT8's) so I can get those for surrounds, but as far as their current line of center channel speakers, they all have the newer trilaminate tweeter. Their lowest line has my style woofer (a single 5 1/4"woofer with the trilaminate tweeter) and to get two 5 1/4" woofers on a Polk center channel (which is what I would rather), I'd have to get the newer blue woofer with the trilaminate tweeter. So, if anyone has experience with the older speakers and the new blue woofers and trilaminate tweeters, can you tell me how they sound compared to the older stuff? Would they match good with my speakers or not? Would the RT1's be good enough for surrounds? If so, I would only have to get the newer style stuff for my center channel so maybe it won't make too much of a difference? Let me know what you guys think. Thanks.