Over the last few years I have been drawn more and more to home cinema and listen to less music, although I have some DVD-A discs which are absolutely amazing! My current 5.1 speaker setup has evolved from an original 2 channel system and comprises the following: Fronts Mission 754 Freedom 5s Centre Mission 75c Rears Mission 752s (The original version not the Freedomss) Sub Mission 78as The above are driven by a very powerful Harmon Kardon AVR8500 Reciever which I am very happy with and the source is an Arcam DV89 DVD player. The listening room is a fair size at 28 feet x 16 feet Problem: The front soundstage is not ideal with the 75c centre the main weakness. The dialogue gets a bit lost and muffled and the overall front soundstage is not particularly seamless. The amp setting for the front centre is set to small not large to direct low frequencies to the 754s and sub which helps but still not good. Also, the overall 5.1 soundstage is bitty and not as seamless and integrated as I would like. The system does go loud though and fills what is a fair sized listening room. So I am thinking of 2 options: Option 1 a) Keep the 754s for the fronts then b) Source some 752 or 753 Freedoms secondhand for the rears to replace my current 752 originals (which had different tweeters) then c) Source a high quality centre speaker of whatever make/model that sonically matches the 754s to give a seamless integrated soundstage I would be grateful for any views on whether this would be a satisfactory way forward and what centres speakers might be suitable? Or Option 2 a) Sell all the above on ebay or wherever Then b) Upgrade to a new, sonically superior, package for around £2000 (this budget would include the ebay proceeds!) I would also be grateful for any views on this second option and what you might recommend I audition in this price range, I wonder if a range such as the Acoustic Energy Aelite 5.1 package would be a good starting point?