Hi, I have a dilemma and welcome any thoughts on it. I currently use a pair of B&W 805s and B&W HTM2 as the front centre speakers in my home cinema (driven by Arcam AV8 + Roksan AV5). I need to replace my rears because a) they 12-year old B&W610s that don't tonally match the fronts and b) one of them is broken and can't handle loud passage in films. Until recently the obvious replacement would have been the B&W SCM1 which should be a very good tonal match for the 805, HTM2 combo. However, I very rarely listen to multi-channel music so the fact that it's a monopole rather than a dipole actually counts against it as a rear. Now, B&W has recently released the DS7 as part of the 700 series. It's a switchable monopole/dipole speaker. So, my dilemma is this: Should I go for the SCM1 which will be a near-perfect tonal fit with the fronts but is a monopole or should I go for the DS7 which will be a less good tonal fit but which is a dipole? Any thoughts? Regards, Jules.