I had a conservatory built back end of last year into which I had always planned to install an AV system. The conservatory is approx. 7m x 4m, east facing with one of the 4m walls being a solid white wall which is just crying out for an LCD but that's another thread At the time of construction I had decent speaker cable put into the conservatory frame and in the solid wall so that I could set up a 6.1 speaker system with all the cabling neatly hidden away. The time has now come to choose and install the speakers. So what do you think I should buy with the £600 - £700 budget I've got? A few more details on the conservatory if that helps. It's got a glass rather than plastic roof, full height glass facing into the garden (i.e. no dwarf walls) and full length glass doors into the dining room. The floor is all travertine tile with no rugs. The only soft furniture in there is a 5-seater fabric sofa. All the speakers, aside from the centre and the sub will be wall mounted at a height of approx. 8ft, i.e. top left and right corners for the fronts, top left and right sides in line with the main listening position and top middle of rear wall with the rear wall being approx. 1m behind the listening position. So an acoustic challenge to say the least!! Throwing into the mix that the speakers need to be wifey friendly I'm currently looking at either the Aego T's or the new Mordaunt Short Alumni's in white (trying to make the satellites blend into the white frame and walls of the conservatory). I've looked around this forum and elsewhere for specifically conservatory related information but there doesn't seem to be much about. Any help that any of you knowledgeable bunch can give would be much appreciated. Ta.