I couldn't find a whole lot either when I was buying mine. I have a pair of a360s, a pair of a26s and the a225c center. I listened t quite a few budget priced speakers and really found nothing I liked near as much until I got to almost triple the price. For movies they've been great and really have no negatives. As far as music, the mid range is extremely good. Acoustic guitar, female and male voices, and live recordings are exceptional. Most rock, rap and electronic music are good with these as well. As far as the negatives, I'd say that the highs are very laid back, too much for some. I like to play it loud so for me this helps since they are never fatiguing. I do find that with heavy metal and some orchestral music (anything with a lot going on), the detail between instruments can get a little lost, but I found this with most inexpensive speakers. At the price they have them for a accessories4less.com I think they're hard to beat.
Samsung un55js8500, Antec 51 inch Bias Lighting, Denon X1200W, L/R: Boston Acoustics A360, Center: Boston Acoustics A250, Surrounds: Definitive Technology SR-8040BP on 60 inch stands, Panasonic BDT220, Wii U, Comcast X1.