There is a huge difference in the proposals and it would be difficult or impossible to find anyone that has actually listened to all three possibilities. The DIYSG Titan has all the makings of a fine LCR loudspeaker - constant directivity for less room interaction, wide dynamic range, high sensitivity, smooth frequency response, reasonably easy to drive... Matched with DIYSG Volt 8 surrounds and height channels, a very capable home theater is only $2500-3000 away. There is a considerable amount of work in assembling such a system. Each of the home theaters that I have constructed from DIYSG kits, a 5.2.4 system based on the Fusion 8 Alchemy/Volt 8 and a 7.2 system with the (now retired) Fusion 15 Sentinal/ Fusion 10 Pure/Volt10, took 30-40 hours for assembly and finishing. Purchasing the flat-pack cabinets and assembled crossovers should be considered mandatory for those without a fully equipped workshop. Achieving a level of finish most people would find sufficient for use in a darkened home theater environment (e.g. Duratex or vinyl wrap) is not very difficult or expensive. Wood veneers and high gloss finishes greatly increases the cost and complexity of such a project. The benefit is savings - a comparable system based on either the JBL 4722 or one of the larger Tekton designs would cost far more.