Initially, I had ordered Def Tech Mythos to a very good price, but after discussing with his wife who was not very excited about the black rear speakers, the order is canceled. Since I had not heard the Mythos speakers I saw no point in forcing through this package. Something else is that I have heard Dali Fazon who gave me a surprising revelation, following an inherent skepticism towards small speakers. So I am looking for white WAF speakers. The use will will primarily be movies TV and games, with some music. Volumelevel will usually be of low to moderate, with the ability to blow up a little sometimes, but not for everyday. I currently have a Yamaha RX-V671 and a room of 17-18 square meters. The couch will stand up to the back wall, so that inwall speakers is not recommended. TV is 46 ". The budget is about £ 1000, this will cover 5.0 and sub. Speakers are preferred white and small with the ability to attach to the wall. My preliminary candidates are: Dali Fazon Sat These I have heard and they sounded very good, albeit at a Pioneer of unknown model. Possible they are a bit heavy driven to my receiver. A bit high price, I'm also a bit skeptical about the Fazon Sub. Would for example a B&W AOW608 work together with these? B&W M-1 Has been a new updated version that gets good feedback. I am not familiar with B & W sound, is there anyone who can compare with Dali? Slightly cheaper than Fazon. Focal Dome Many users on the forum have these as rear speakers. Will they work in the front and center? Is there anyone who has compared with some of my other options? In the same price range as Fazon. Q acoustics Q7000 This year's Style speaker, according to What Hifi. If these really keep the standard reviews suggest they should soon become available in Norway. So far, no Q Accoustics distributor in Norway. A bit cheaper than offerings from Focal, B&W and Dali, I'm I able to hear the difference? Cambridge Minx 20 Cambridge Minx, which also gets good review. Is there anyone who can say something about this in relation to the others? Price-wise about the same as Q7000. Monitor Audio Vector 10 Received good reviews. Might be too hard driven for the RX-V671? I do not know the sound signature of MA, is there anyone who would describe? Relatively affordable with a price of £ 650 for 5.1 package. Definitive Technology ProMonitor 600 Very good review in norwegian magazine Hjemmekino, far below budget, with a price of £600. Is the competition so much better that they are defending the price difference. Normal price in Britain is around £1200. Focal Sib The cheapest package with a price of £500 for a full 5.1 set, how do they stand up against the more expensive ones. Orb Audio and Kef has been considered and discarded. Orb because of price of about £1000 and I do not see what they can deliver extra compared to alternatives that are easier accessible. Kef eggs like neither I nor the mistress, in addition to the black mesh front. If you have experience with some of my options, or other similar comments be greatly appreciated.