OK I am a newbie in the HT, yet I appreciate good sound. My current HT setup consists of: Denon 2113 Polk Monitor 40s (F/L) Polk CS1 center Polk Monitor 30s (surrounds) SVS PB-1000 subwoofer This setup is for movies and music in a condo living room which is generally pretty small 4m x 5m. I do not listen at reference levels ever... the most I turn up the volume on the AVR is 55-60 trying to be mindful of the neighbors. I am pretty happy with the setup and have had it only for a year. Now, I do not know if I am getting bored, or simply need to stop reading the forums and speaker reviews, but I have gotten into my head that I want to upgrade my front speakers with ones which are 1) bookshelf with 6 1/2 woofer 2) front ported 3) neutral sounding I am generally after the most transparent, neutral sound. But the more I read, the more I find that this would be impossible due to coloration on speakers, receivers, room gain. E.g. I read that a denon receiver is warmer (less forward) as opposed to a yamaha. This would Imply that I would have to have slightly brighter speakers to get to the neutral sound Would not Audissey MultiEQ help if a speaker is bright or does not have enough bass? So, could you guys convince me I need to upgrade if I am missing a lot with the 40s or stick with what I have? Upgrades I am considering are Polk RTiA3s, or Monitor Audio BX2.