I currently have KEF KHT2005.3 5.1 egg speaker including a KEF Kube 2 subwoofer linked to a Denon AVR-X2300W AV amp. For me, the system is more than adequate for 5.1 cinema surround sound but less than perfect for stereo music. I really do miss having a traditional, dedicated 'hi-fi' two-speaker system but there is not room for both. I am moving to a house with a bigger living room. I hope to improve the sound quality for steeo music by simply swapping out the three front Kefs for two floor speakers and a centre speaker. I am very drawn to the Monitor Audio range. The white ash finish works for the aesthetics of the room - my wife can live with either. Monitor Audio offer two options: 1. the small footprint Radius range 270 floors and 225 centre or 2. the larger and surprisingly cheaper Bronze 5 floor and Bronze Centre The room is 18 ‘ by 16’ I will listen before I buy but by way of research I have two questions 1. has anyone else out there compared the Radius and Bronze 5 systems. I cannot find any comparison reviews. 2. I can save £00's of £s by keeping the Kef subwoofer and eggs as back speakers. This means mixing-and-matching. Is this a really bad idea?