Hello everybody, I have been a frequent reader on this forum for many months but have not posted as of yet. I am a college student and bought an AT system 170 as my first system. I have been happy with it but I am now graduating college and would like to upgrade to a speaker system that I would enjoy for many years and has more punch. Let me tell you what my requirements are and have fun suggesting speakers that will satisty. 1. I would like for the system to be mainly for home theater but be a good music system as well 2. I would prefer the speaker system to be able to handle a 80hz crossover with ease, that is I don't want them to be rated right at 80hz. Does not have to be THX certified but would like all the speakers to be Timbre matched. 3. I need dipole surrounds. 4. The center speaker should allow you to tilt the angle by design. (I wouldn't mind buying a 3rd party device that lets you do this but I don't want to rig it myself. I like the professional look. If there is a 3rd party device please let me know who makes it.) 5. I would like the speaker to look nice, eg B&W's CM Series 6. I would like the speaker to sound neutral - that is, not influenced too much by factors such as room shape, (good) reciever model, or other factors. 7. My max budget max is $4,000 but would prefer a better "bang for you buck" deal. Some speakers that look like they would fit the bill are the following Klipsch Reference Series B&W's CM Series M&K's S-125 System or System 750 Atlantic Technologies System 270 Please let me know what you guys/girls think about these systems and please feel free to suggest any others. Thank all of you for any help.