I started with the ProMedia 2.1's for the PC a few years back and when I moved into my new home in December I quickly replaced "thOSE" speakers with RB-10's, an RC-10, an RW-8 and a pair of CDT-5650-C's in the ceiling for rear surrounds. I wanted the RS-10's but the boss said no way (new house you know). I have a small family room which is open to the kitchen and I had concerns with any choice in rear surrounds. I must say I couldn't be happier with the 5650's! I realize the ceiling placement and room layout is not optimal for true Home Theater but it most definitely works for me. I've watched the King Kong DVD over and over till my eyes bleed and it never sounds less than amazing. I had the in-laws down for a visit over the holiday and I watched both ma and pa jump more than once when we watched Kong crash through the jungles of Skull Island.
I'm a solid Klipsch fan and am now considering Klipsch in-walls for my living room HT. The room has been pre-wired for speakers and, once again, the boss says in-walls or nothing at all. I think the Klipsch line will once again surprise me as the living room setup has a high, open ceiling. The installer ran the pre-wire much too high on the front and back walls for my taste (when it was done we were thinking of selling so I didn't bother having them lowered...my bad). The back surrounds will be directly above the couch. So, as usual, my less than optimal settings dictate that I go away from the norm in speaker selection. I'm thinking about the R-5650-W and the R-5650-S as they include the pivoting horn like the CDT's.
TDubbs and craig john...if you guys are looking for approval on those in-ceilings, then you have my blessing! I think my system sounds great all the way around!!
Wishlist - Emotiva amp, 2nd SVS sub, Panamax PC/SP...well, there is more!