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For the rears, the Monitor 40s vs the 30s will have less impact on the sound than having the 40s vs 30s in the front sound stage.
When you are ready to upgrade to 7.1, you could get the Polk Monitor 60s or 70s. For that matter, unless you are in hurry to have full surround sound, you might start with the M60s or M70s in the front with the CS2, and then wait until you can afford the rear speakers. The M60s are $129 ea at the moment. If you listen to music much, you would definitely appreciate the sound of the M60s over the M40s. And if you move to a small apartment, might be hard to setup 7.1 system in the room.
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