Hi, looking for a little advice, Im looking for a discrete 5.1 set-up which can deliver reasonable quality compared to the standard TV speakers, was thinking something in wall / ceiling, or maybe the kef T series. On top of this I require some decent stereo speakers (its a whole house refurb so pretty much a blank canvas at this point). My question is probably going to be frowned on by some but anyway I wanted to know - If I bought some reasonable quality front left / right speakers (thinking B&W CM8/9) along with the more discrete centre & rears, is there an easy way to use them for listening to music (in 2.0 or 2.1 ideally) but also use the full 5.1 capability when watching tv or films? I could justify the higher expense & footprint of the CM8/9's if I was getting dual use from them, or would the mismatch in speakers type just sound a complete mess in 5.1 mode anyway? Im planning to use a Sonos setup so just wondered if I could wire the speakers to the sonos amp and the AV system with a 2 way switch of sorts between the two, or any other way to switch between the two? Is this possible or would I be wasting my time, its a front room for entertaining not a dedicated cinema or anything. Any feedback appreciated, warning im a bit of a novice who's never had 5.1 before!! Cheers RK.