I have a Cinema 110 for a center channel and four Cinema 90s for R, L, RS, and LS. Very happy with the sound for the intended application and budget. Everyday TV and occasional movies sound very good. Music only is a bit lacking, but the system is not really intended for critical listening. I chose the white finish, very clean looking, mounted on the Paradigm articulating brackets. I went with the sub in cherry finish. Matches the stained oak trim of the adjacent wood work. WAF is very high.
I was fortunate enough to be able to do A/B auditioning of the Cinema CC, the 110s, the 70s, the 90s, and the ADP in all sorts of combinations. The 90s are noticeably better than the 70s and the 110 is noticeably better than the regular CC. To my ears, however, the 110s were not better than the 90s, in fact maybe the opposite. My room didn't lend itself to the dipole surrounds, but it's cool that they have affordable dipoles in the series.
IMO, the Cinema series is a much better solution than that other well known brand of satellite/sub system. Appearance, sound and cost are all, IMO, superior.