Folks, I'm putting together a speaker package (for music & HT). Should I match the speakers that I use at the rear to the ones at the front? I'm going for standmounts for both front and rear, plus a centre and a sub (already bought, from UncleEric ) The idea was, to get a pair of reasonably sized standmounts for the front (looking at the Monitor Audio Bronze B2's), but I was wondering if I should get the same for the rear, or save £100 and go for the smaller B1's? On the specs sheet, the B1s have less low end frequency response (B1's are 55Hz-22KHz, B2's are 42Hz-22Khz) and less power handling (B1's 70W, B2's 100W). From my limited knowledge, I guess if I go for the B1s, it'll be a little more difficult to set up, with regards to choosing a cross over frequency for the sub, to compensate for the gap between the two types of speaker (i.e. choosing a frequency somewhere between 42Hz and 55Hz?). Another issue is the difference between the power handling - will I need to be cautious because of the less power handling of the rears? Are these concerns justified, or in reality will it make any difference, technically speaking? On the other hand, will the actual *sound* be any different between having lesser rear speakers as opposed to the same as the fronts? I've been told it'll be fine for home theatre, but if I was to use multi channel audio (which I may well do), I should have all the corner speakers the same spec.... Any thoughts?