I have decided to buy either Mordaunt Short Premiers or Elac Cinema 2's. I have demo'd both and there is not much between them as far as my ears are concerned. My problem is I'm not up to speed with the technical side of Home Cinema and am not sure if I will be losing frequency range if I decided to buy the Mordaunt Shorts over the Elac's. Hopefully there are people on the forum that can help me. I will be hooking up to a Yamaha 630RDS. LFE frequency signals via the subwoofer jack on the amp are 90hz and below. Setting Main, Centre and Rear speakers to LARGE on the amp directs the entire range of signal for the channels to the mentioned speakers. Setting the Main, Centre and Rear speakers to SMALL on amp directs 91hz and above for the channels to the mentioned speakers and 90hz and below to the sub. Mordaunt Short Premier fequency range: Main, Centre and Rears (302's & a 304) - 120hz to 20Khz Sub (308) - 35hz to 150hz Elac Cinema 2 frequency range: Main, Centre and Rears - 90hz to 21Khz Sub (101 Sub) - 30hz to 300hz Am I correct in assumming that if I connected the Mordaunt Short Premier package with the Yamaha, in SMALL or LARGE I would lose the frequency range between 91hz and 119hz because the Yamaha only sends 90hz and below to the sub and the sats can only handle 120hz and above? I'm probably misunderstanding, hopefully someone can put me straight. If my assumption is correct it will probably be best to go for the Elac's and connect them as SMALL as the sat's go down to 90hz therefore not losing any of the frequency range. Any help would be greatly appreciated.