The M&K MPS1510's are small standmount monitors (satellites some might say) from M&K's professional range. They come in at £425 each - yes, they are sold in single units - more on this later. If you want to see them: http://www.mkprofessional.com/mps1510.html Two things to note about them firstly: 1. They are only designed to go down to 80Hz - they must be used with a (quality) subwoofer. 2. They have no grilles at all - soft dome tweeter and mid/bass driver are exposed to one and all. I should also confess that I am using them in conjunction with a Veldoyne HGS15 so they have just about the best low frequency underpinning you could wish for. Confession number two is that I bought them blind which is not something I generally advocate. However, I had tried out the domestic versions of these speakers (the S85's) at home, on my system, and they were very good indeed - I was reliably informed that the pro versions are even better and, now that I have heard both, I can confirm that this is certainly the case to my ears. Also, next to no dealers stock the M&K Pro range, they just deal with the domestic range so listening to them before you buy is virtually impossible. Some of you might be thinking "Studio monitors? - yuk, bright, in your face etc" - let me put you right straight away (and bear-in-mind that these speakers aren't even fully run in yet) - these are absolutely stunning speakers - incredibly open and uncoloured (small, highly braced cabinet helps here) with a wide and deep soundstage and very good stereo imaging. The best bit, to my ears, is the quality of the treble - to me, great treble is detail and accuracy without brightness and this is what the 1510's deliver in spades - you hear every detail but it's not thrown in your face - these are not wearing speakers. I wont pretend they will cover up a bad quality recording (and why should they?) but neither do they draw particular attention to it. Now, I mentioned above that they are sold in single units. The beauty of this is that, for multi channel music/movies, you can buy three of them for the front soundstage (which is what I did) and this will give you perfect tonal matching - three identical front speakers - no stereo pair and "matching" centre can give you this sort of coherence. They are equally adept at rear speaker duties (5 identical speakers anyone?) although there are also Tripole equivalents if you require extra ambience. The only other thing to add is that they require plenty of high quality amplification - they are sealed boxes and are incredibly well braced so they soak power up like nobody's business - I'd say they need at least 100 watts of genuine power - they are not the sort of speakers that you should put on the end of a budget AV amp - they would probably sound awful in this situation. Anyway, as you can tell I'm more than impressed and can heartily recommend them. Matt.