My Setup includes B&W CDM 1NTs as fronts, a B&W CC6 Center and B&W LM1s as rears. (I also have a Rel Strata II sub and a Rotel RSX 965 Receiver). When I purchased the system, I realized it would be better to match the center speaker identically with the fronts, but the CDM CNT center is very large and I really don't have a place to put it ( it won't fit on top of my 27" TV, and my home theater is in a very small room, although almost completely open on one side. My front speakers are only about 5 feet or so apart). Additionally, I initially intended that the system would be used about 80% for stereo music listening, and so I was concerned primarily about that -- which is why I decided to go for the CDM fronts rather than the 600 series. Of course, I now find myself using the system more than I expected for movies -- although I still use it more for music. For movies, although good, I find the CC6 to be not as precise as the CDMs (for lack of a better description) and the dialogue not as clear as I would like. In action-type movies, the dialogue often seems to get covered up even though I have set the levels with an SPL meter (in fact I have the center 1db higher than the SPL suggests it should be in comparison to the fronts). Would it be worth upgrading the center channel to the B&W CM center, which is similar in size to the CC6, or perhaps to some other center channel? If I could find some way to accomodate the CDM CNT center, would I likely notice a big difference compared to the CC6? Thanks.