You won't be able to do a 7.1 all JTR system with $5k, but you can do the front stage, which is the most important. Also, it won't be cheap to find subwoofers that can actually keep up with JTR speakers (unless you can do a bit of DIY). My recommendation would be get one decent sub now and add another later when you can afford it. I would go for a single Rythmik FV15HP, which wouldn't be much more than $1400 shipped, with the intention of adding another later. It has some pretty astonishing measurements for the price, lots of output, very deep bass, and high quality sound.. For the surround speakers I would go for JBL 8320
s, although four of them will press hard on your budget. A less expensive alternative would be four of these Hsu HB-1 speakers
, and Hsu could probably give you a small discount for getting a package of them if you asked. A terrific speaker mount for heavy duty bookshelf speakers like those are the Videosecu side-clamping mounts
, you will not find a better mount for the money.
By the way, if you haven't purchased a projector yet, you might take a look at the Mitsubishi HC5. I was looking at the JVC RS45, and did a lot of reading up on the projectors in the 2k to 3k price range. From what I understand the JVC will have better black levels, but the Mitsubishi HC5 is better in many other respects, and it's a bit less expensive. You can get them for nearly 2k shipped if you look. Ask about it in the projector forums, there are guys who are doing a back to back comparison.