Wow finding the right speaker for the right budget for the right size of room is tough! :0 Having now decided to replace my 7 year old KEF eggs (1005.2) I am now looking for something that will make the upgrade worthwhile without bankrupting me in the process. But I have a few issues that I have run into - mainly the size of the centre speaker is playing a huge factor due to the very limited height space I have from the screen to the cabinet. In an ideal world I would love to buy some KEF R100 and a matching centre speaker but all the KEF centres are jut too tall and will cover too much screen. So I have a few option available to me (also they have to be white) and if anyone can shed any light on whether these will offer an improved experience over what I have no I would be very grateful - these are going to be used solely for movie watching, are being powered by a Denon 2200 receiver and will be in a medium sized lounge). I really like the look of the Wharfedale DX-1SE (they are cheap, look good and the centre is small enough to fit) BUT will they offer an upgrade to the KEF's I already have? The other option I can find (but is more expensive) is the Q Acoustic 7000i cinema pack - I am not sold on the design but the reviews are good and again the centre speaker height is okay. If anyone can shed any light on these (or alternatives) that would be hugely appreciated. I started down this road as I wanted to get into Dolby Atmos but I think I would be better off upgrading my existing speakers as I think that will make more of an impact and that seemed to the general census from the previous posts I have on other threads.