Okay - I've figured out some stuff regarding speaker kits, etc... Now, I'd like to replace my Infinity Entra Two and Entra Center front speaks with some nice full range "large" speakers, and make another pair for the surrounds. Since I'm an advocate of "buy the best and cry once," I'm probably gonna drop some change - probably about $300/speaker or so, not counting MDF and finishing. I don't want to model my own crossovers, etc. - don't have the time, nor actually the particular inclination, so proven designs are a heavy plus... So, what can y'all recommend? The buzz from the DIY area seems to range from "this is technically excellent" to "you can spend days and days getting this to work, and isn't that incredible" but hey, I wanna know what WORKS, build it, and then enjoy it for some time to come. Size/spousal acceptance factor is NOT a problem. Receiver will be a Denon 1803. Would prefer to be able to run the speakers as "large" for music. So, what do you guys like in a home-built home theater speaker? Is there a "rocket killer" out there?