As I understand it, from a cinema point of view it is best to have LCR (Left Right Centre) speakers for the front three speakers. The reason for this is seemless movment of sound across the front soundstage. My problem here is that not many companies make LCR speakers, and I also want the fronts to be good for music. Being good for music normally involves floorstanders. I currently have the following: (all KEF) Q55 fronts, Q95 centre, 64DS rears Q8s backs and 30b sub. Like many other speaker manufacturers, KEF provide matched centres for their music fronts. However, although these do use the same drivers, they are still different cabinets, resulting in slightly different sound. So, do I plan to move to true LCR speakers, or can I take this to the extreme and use a third Q55 for the centre speaker, or is this going a bit far??????? Your thoughts please. Ian.