My history with Klipsch started when my best friend had a pair of KG .5 bookshelf speakers along with a dual 8" passive Klipsch sub at least 10 years ago.
That prompted me to go with a Klipsch center channel when I got a Dolby Pro-Logic system a couple years later.
4 years ago I visited a friend's house who said I needed to hear his speakers. They were RF-7s, in Maple finish I believe. We listened to so many CDs and concert DVDs that night I can't even remember all of them. I was blown away by the clarity of every instrument and voice that I heard.
I decided to buy a pair of RF-25s a little over a year ago. I found a pair that were NIB on eBay for $360+shipping. Enjoyed them for 6 months when I found a pair of RF-7s on craigslist for $1000 that were only 1 year old. I ended up making $100 when I re-sold the RF-25s on eBay. I sold my old Klipsch KV1 center channel and also 2 pairs of Definitive Technology satellite speakers to pay for the difference for the RF-7s.
I decided I needed to buy some equipment that was better matched to the RF-7s so within the past few months I bought a harman/kardon HK3480 2 channel amp, harman/kardon DVD-31 DVD-A player and a Cambridge Audio D300se CD player.
Within the past week I also installed 2" acoustic wedge tiles to treat first reflection points and also made some corner bass absorbers that helped smooth out the boomy bass in my basement and now everything sounds incredible!