Hello all, first posting here, so be gentle! I'm pretty much set on upgrading my current Cambridge Audio A5 / D500 + tuner setup to a Linn Classik - the price seems right, the reviews seem overwhelmingly positive, and of course it cuts down the box count! My current speakers are Acoustic Energy Evo Ones, which I'm happy with under the current setup - maybe the only downside is that while the bass seems very strong for such a small (and cheap!) speaker, it gets a bit wooly from time to time, though whether this is actually the speakers, or the amp/CD, who knows ... Anyway, my question: are these speakers a suitable pairing for the Classik, or should I really be looking at upgrading? Obviously you can always have better speakers, but I don't want to be shelling out for the Classik if the AEs are going to mask much of the improvement in the source. I don't have huge wads of cash to spend, so if an upgrade was on the cards I'd probably be looking at speakers in the sub-£400 bracket. I play a wide variety of music, some classical, some mainstream indie/rock stuff, and quite a lot of DJ sets, drum and bass and Warp-records-style electronica. Neighbour constraints mean I can't crank up the volume too loud, so thunderous performance with the dial "turned up to 11" isn't all that important. Being a bit new to all of this (previous audio buys have involved wandering into Richers and saying "I'll have one of those please") I feel a little bit "exposed" when dealing with hifi dealers, who naturally are out to make a sale, so any advice the forum could offer would be greatly appreciated. Cheers! Simon PS: Peter Tyson have a number of package deals on Castle speakers (e.g. Richmond, Durham) - are these worth looking at?