If anyone is thinking of buying the KEF KHT 2005.2 speakers then you should consider the Canton CD series before parting with your money. I was going to buy the KEF's to go with either a Denon 2805 or Yamaha DSP 750. I demoed the Yamaha and the KEF's and was impressed but as stated elsewhere in the forums when the KEF's were pushed hard they showed their flaws and sounded harsh. Yesterday I demoed the Cantons after speaking to Hayes from Kent AV sales who suggested these as an alternative. I have to say they sounded brilliant. At first they sounded similar to the eggs but when the volume was cranked up this was where the similarities ended. Unlike the eggs the Cantons did not sound harsh or strained. The clarity and depth was amazing. A great thing about the Cantons is that the CD series suit all budgets. The CD1 package for approx £400 is the cheapest but is a What HiFi 2003 award winner. The 2.22 and 4.25 packages are better but start at approx £1000. However, you don't have to stick with the packages as the CD range can be bought individually to suit the pocket e.g. instead of the CD1 with all small CD10 satellites you could buy 2 rear CD 10's and 3 CD 50's for the front which is what I'm planning to do. The Canton's coupled with QED micro biwire (rear) and Silver Anniversary (front) are an awesome package. The problem for most forum members seems to be finding retailers for demos. Standesign in Gosport are the UK distributor, speak to Nick who will not only give you technical advice but can help with Canton retailer contacts. Standesign's number can be found on the canton.de website. I have been completely won over by these great speakers.