Hello. I'm fortunate enough to have a fairly reasonable HT budget because the wife and I are both huge movie fans, but unfortunately (like many wives out there) my wife is unwilling to sacrifice aesthetics for quality of sound. So, I am relegated to selecting a small, unobtrusive, can't-look-like-a-speaker-even-though-it-is-a-speaker type of speaker (the Celestion SoundStyle and the KEF Egg seem to appeal most to her). With that said, I'd like to try to maximize the quality of the sound that I can get out of these diminutive little speakers. I'd either like to go for a separate 7-channel preamp/amp (like the Adcom GTP860 and GFA7607) or a higher-end receiver (like the NAD T773) in the 100+ watts/channel range, but was more than a little concerned that this setup would be overkill given the speakers I am limited to purchasing. I'm a big proponent of nice, big, clean, separate signals, but if the speakers won't really benefit, then I can probably go for a less-expensive but equally powerful Onkyo/Yamaha/Denon/etc and spend my money on other things. Unfortunately, i can't demo both the speakers and the amps together because of limited Celestion/KEF dealerships in the US. All opinions/suggestions welcome! Thanks in advance!