I am seriously considering the KEF Ci5160RL-THX, Ci3160RL-THX, and Ci200RR-THX speakers for an Atmos 9.1.6 or 11.1.6 setup. I'm looking to use 3x of the 5160 for the L/C/R, 6x of the 3160 for the Wide, Side, and Rear surrounds (or possibly 8x if I do separate side surrounds for each row instead of one shared between the rows). The room will be about 30' L x 17' W x 7.75' H and the MLP will be 12.5' from the LCRs (behind an AT screen) with the second row (low priority) 19.5' away. I am interested in hearing feedback from any owners of these speakers, particularly if used in an Atmos setup. There is very little feedback, if any, on the 5160 and 3160 that I can find on AVForums or AVS Forums, or really anywhere on the net besides the KEF website. No professional reviews either. There are a few owners of the Ci200RR that have had great things to say about that, so that is encouraging. One possible downside for some people with these speakers is that they may not be able to play at reference levels, depending on the room size and setup. These speakers are rated with a sensitivity of 90dB, however that is at 2.83V / 1M. So when comparing this to speakers that are rated at 1W / 1M that 90dB is actually lower. In my case I will have the 5160 in a baffle wall which will add some SPL and likely get me close to or right at reference for my front row. Since my 2nd row is low priority, and since I do not like to listen at reference levels anyway (usually my MV for movies is at -10dB at the most) I am able to overlook this. I did have a chance to audition these KEFs in a dealer showroom about 2 hours away in a 7.1.4 Atmos setup. Very similar to what I want to do, except they had no Wides, they used a 3160 for the center channel and had 4 instead of 6 ceiling speakers. It really sounded quite incredible. That said, the Atmos material was quite limited - only had the run of the mill Atmos demos. I plan to return to get another listen and will bring a few Atmos movies with me. I also watched a fair amount of "Titanic" with DSU engaged which sounded great as well. Although by far the main reason for the room is movies, I like to listen to music so that is a big consideration for me as well. I must say that in a 2.1 setup with the 5160 music sounded incredible and the AT screen they were behind did not seem to have any impact (as would be expected). Before finding this dealer I checked out the KEF R700 in a 2.0 setup because I was told that the Ci3160 and Ci5160 use the same exact driver and Uni-Q tweeter as in the R700, with the only primary difference being the number of drivers (R700 has only two) and that the sonic signature would be nearly identical. I spent quite a while listening to music in this 2.0 setup and was very impressed. The sound stage and imaging from the R700 was incredible. There was some other manufacturers speaker in the center of the room, which was off, but I was almost certain the music was coming out of this speaker - that's how precise the imaging was for vocals and other instruments directed to the center. A couple of times I even walked up to the speaker and put my ear up to it just to make sure it wasn't playing (it wasn't). The sound was very wide at times (when it was supposed to be, I presume) and at times it sounded like there was a full speaker array playing that went from my direct left to 180 degrees to my right. All from just those two R700 speakers. So if indeed the R700 and Ci5160/3160 have the same sonic signature and voice then indeed I think the Ci5160 and Ci3160 will be great for my tastes, being excellent for both movies and music. Of course, nothing is better than feedback from owners that have these speakers in their own home and have lived with them for a while, so I'm hoping to hear from some of you - if there is anyone out there??? For such an amazing sounding speaker that's been out for about 2 years now it seems a bit odd that I cannot find any owners talking about these. Hope to hear from some of you - if you exist!