Hi. I currently have a 3.1 setup, which I'm looking to expand over time. The next part of my plan is taking it up to 5.1 with a pair of bipoles on either side of the sofa. (If it's bipole/dipole-selectable, that's OK.) The question, in short: Can anyone recommend a pair of bipole (or bipole/dipole switchable) speakers that will suit my current equipment? I'm looking to spend between £200 and £500 for a pair. To give you some background info, here's what I've currently got: Receiver: Yamaha RX-A860 Front speakers: KEF Q300 bookshelf Center speaker: KEF Q200c Subwoofer: 1x SVS PB-1000 So the bipoles I want, should have a reasonably similar tonality to the KEFs I've already got. The room layout is a rather strange L-shape, where the kitchen is the short stub (the "foot" of the L), and the living room is the rest (stem and corner) of the L, measuring about 4 x 13 meters. It's only one sofa (one seating row), and usually only me watching the telly, but I'm sat 4 meters away, and have 9 meters of open space behind me, so the acoustics are a bit odd.