Hi all, I'm in the market for some compact speakers, and I have had advice from here in the past which for several reasons came to nothing. Things can now start moving again so here goes. I have a mixed bag of gear at the moment: 5 x cheapo Richer Sounds speakers (from my old prologic set) 1 x Velo CHT-10 Sub Pioneer VSX-D510 Receiver (5.1) Panasonic TX-36PF10 TV A motley collection, I know. However I am putting things right, starting with the speakers, because the other bits are good enough for me at the moment. One problem though is that they need to be wife-friendly! I'm looking at these two options: M&K 3 x M&K K5 for L/C/R 2 x M&K K4 (tripole) for surrounds Monitor Audio 1 x Monitor Audio Radius 180 for Centre 4 x Monitor Audio Radius 90 for L/R/Surround I have also been pointed in the direction of the Velodyne Deco sub/sat system, and clearly I would need to sell off my CHT-10 for that. I have some concerns over appearance and whether the sub will be as good as my CHT-10, but I will be tryingto get a look/listen/feel of the system soon. Costs are clearly going to be different, but that is not my point of concern. My budget will allow me (just) to stretch to the M&K if they are really that much better, but I don't want to be paying loads more for little or no appreciable benefit. Any savings made by going for the MA will go towards good cables/connectors, nice stands, etc. It is likely that the rears will be wall mounted, and I haven't decided on how to mount the fronts. The centre will be beneath the TV. The room is 3.5m x 4.5m(into bay) x 2.5m. The TV is placed in the bay window. I plan to hear both MA and M&K setups in Croydon soon, but wanted to hear your opinions first. I am not set on the brands mentioned, but the speakers need to be small and sound good. Cheers for any help/advice, Irf.