Hello all. This is my virgin post. I am a total newbie to this so don't rip me to shreds. That being said, I went from Pioneer bs21 and def tech 1000 center 5.1 set up with a ( don't laugh, I'm still building) Polk psw110. Powered by pioneer 1021 k. I just got the kef iq70's that you mentioned from newegg. Ignorance is bliss but knowledge is power. The kef's are... a step up. Like a cavalier to a Cadillac. I know most of you are familiar with hifi and I have been reading AVS for a long time now to get quality suggestions as I build. Sound stage, imaging, accuracy, I had to read about those terms. Now I understand. The kef's are fantastic. I know there is more break in time needed for these to round out to the fullest but right out of the box they shocked me. At $398 for the pair you can't go wrong. I turned my system on to run just these for a few hours to listen to music while the wife was out and I felt this strange feeling. Pure buyer satisfaction. I run about 60/40 movies/music so I knew I was missing a lot on the music end. I didn't know how much. Enough gushing, I will have to keep the bs21's for side surround and from what I have read, outside of bipole, dipole, that should be fine for my needs. However, just for future reference and knowledge, where do you guys suggest I go from here. I like the epik subs, they are cost effective for me and I have heard the smaller one. I think it was the legend. Cost is an issue but I have patients. Sub, surrounds, replace tweeters and drivers in the bs21, the cabinet is excellent. I have ambition just minimal direction. Keep in mind I am new but input is welcomed and needed.