Hello I have wasted many an hour of work time reading this forum this week and theres stacks of info but im still a little confused. Basically I have decided to set myself up with a "decent" home cinema setup (read as < £350 max on speakers). It's the speakers side of things I am having difficulty with though, there is just soooo many options. I currently have a pair of Morduant Short MS20i bookshelf speakers either side of me TV and I have always thought they provided excellent audio from my existing hifi setup. Obviously I want too increase this to a total of 5 speakers and eventually a sub. I see my options as this; * Keep MS20i speakers either use them as front/rears and buy centre and front/rears (is it advisable to use them as rears? theyre quite big) . circa £? * Ditch them and buy something like The Mordaunt Short Premier Pack or the Mission Cinema M70. circa £300 * Buy a few separate speakers, i see i could get some Mission M73's for fronts, Mission M7i's, Mission M7c2 for centre. circa £240 Questions; 1)Do setups like option 2 surpass "real" hi-fi speakers, my cd audio listening is more important than the potential cinema experience. 2)If I keep my Ms20i for fronts do I need to buy a centre speaker from the Ms20 (might be a bit hard to find, theyre from year 2000)range for "tonal balance" or will any MS centre speaker do? 3)Can I use them as rears in this firstplace? 4)Is fitting a sub into this price bakcet worthwhile? I just need enough bass to notice it and feel it and be able to go, "feel that bass? thats my sub that is" I dont need my foundations to rock. Any recommendations, suggestions, mind control etc etc will be most appreciated because I think my head is going to explode, I cannot surf the net and read hifi magazines anymore!! Stop the pain, pleeeeeeeeeeease!