Hi, Sorry if this is a long post. I'm hoping to put together a home cinema system as a present for my wife who is an avid movie buff. So far we've been getting away with a standard 33" Toshiba CRT TV, no surround or anything like that. Naturally, this would be our first system and I'd like to get something that would maximise my budget of about £3500, possibly £4000 if the extra money is warranted. Since nothing is concrete at the moment I started by picking the 42" Panasonic TH42PV500. That was the easy part (She's upset we can't get away with the 50", I don't think we can do it what with only 9 feet between Tv and her eyes). The problem now is I can either opt for the Denon 1905 or 2805, difference of around £300 between them. I'm not sure on what would be best, yet, so figured I'd work backwards and figure out the speakers first. Our room is about 13x11 and it's likely that the maximum distance between the screen and the viewer will be 9-10 feet. She's very conscious of the neighbours and so it's unlikely we'll use the system above "normal" audible levels. Last week I demo'd the Mission M-Cubes and Kef 2002.5. Whilst the Kef's sounded crisper the Kef sub was way too subdued for my liking. This was the opposite of the Missions which didn't sound as crisp but the sub was doing a much better job than the Kef unit. However, I'm not sold on either set. I figured I'd really need the crispness of the Kef's with the deep bass of the Missions. However, neither of us are overly enthused with the Kef design, preferring the compactness of the Missions instead. The 'new-age' design also means we have to rule out the Genies. We didn't have time to demo the B&W MT-20's and the wife agreed they looked a little better than the Kef's; I think she'd be happy with the tradational speaker design but if the B&W's are a cracking set then we can make an allowance. With all of this in mind I'd really appreciate some advice on what speakers may fit our needs. I'd love to have floorstanders but space is of a premium in the room so I guess they're out of the question (unless someone where can recommend a set that would be perfect without taking up all the space). I'm really hoping I can put something together which she would adore and something that would, no doubt, sound good to me too. Crisp, balanced, strong audio. I'd really be greatful for any advice on the speakers (and on amp or TV if anyone is so inclined). Thanks. S. PS I think it's more than likely the rear speakers will be wall mounted unless such an action would impair performance.