Ok I need to install 5.1 surround sound in my existing room...it is not the best since the couch where we see the movies from is placed directly to the back wall (can't be moved). The surrounds will have to be placed at least 1.8m high due to space restrictions rather than ear level. All my A/V equipment will be relocated to a better room in a year or two but for now this has to do. The room measures around 2.5m by 4m. My setup is as below: - Sharp 40LE620 LED TV - Yamaha RX-V671 receiver - Sony PS3 for BD/DVD movies - Diamond 10.6 front speakers (Bi-amped) - Diamond 10.CS center speaker All my A/V equipment will be relocated to a better room in a year or two but for now this has to do... The store where I bought the speakers from suggested that I fit 10.0 or better yest 10.1 bookshelf speakers as surrounds to go with the powerful 10.6 fronts. However, these are reflex ported speakers so will not perform well at all strapped to a wall. Now I am thinking of going for: - 10.SR surround as these are not reflex ported (right?). Then maybe buy Diamonds 10.1 when I get my setup sorted or not needed? OR - 10.DFS dipole speaker. Then maybe buy Diamonds 10.1 when I get my setup sorted )to really be able to crank up the volume without loading the rears) ? I happen to believe that the 10.DFS would be even better than the 10.SR for now. What is your opinion? And what about dipole speakers in general? I favour good tonal characteristics and good integration over volume per se. If you have better alternatives please let me know. Thanks!