The further up the hifi tree I go the more I look down on poor hifi's and dislike the sound. My hifi has however got a little bit stupid and i am seriously thinking of doing a major downgrade. From experience speakers are the most important part of a hifi and they will be first to go. Current setup b&w 805's plus b&w matching centre. What i was thinking about was switching to say the b&w mt30 speaker to save money / sanity (i.e. to stop any further upgrades). I realise the drop in sound will be major in the short term, especially if i also sell my cyrus power amps and just rely on my denon 3805 av amp. However in the long term will my ears adjust and become content with the sound? I suspect i could raise around £3k from my system maybe more which is always nice to have in the bank. p.s. full current system b&w 805 x2 b&w htm2 Mission m7ds x4 Cyrus smartpower x 3 Cyrus pre-x Denon 3805 Denon 2800mk2 Cyrus Disc/Dac Masters + PSX-r Squeezebox + NAS (Flac files) Xbox360 + HDDVD drive I also have some Monitor Audio GR60s, GR10s and GRc turning up this week to replace my current speaker setup. Long story but the b&w centre was meant to match another pair of 805's to make a 5.1 setup but the 805's fell through and my current 805's are slightly damaged. I think i may well have lost the hifi plot, completely . What are your thoughts? p.s. stereo is probably more important to me than av.