I recently moved into a new loft, which is basically perfect for us right now...except that given the fact that it's a corner unit with large balconies on two walls. There's only one way to configure the stereo: along a long wall, with the listening area about 9' back if I leave a walking path between the book-case on the back wall and the couch. (On the plus side, I suppose, setting things up along a long wall does allow for a 7.multisubs, as opposed to 5.multisubs, setup:I can perch two surround back speakers atop the aforementioned book-case against the back wall.) When I tried to set my current three mains up - Tannoy 12 DMT II guts in bespoke cabinets from Nathan Funk - it looked horrible. Horrible. The speakers just dominated the room. I didn't need my fiancee to tell me to take them down; my own preference is that audio be seen and not heard. So...a speaker with a 12" woofer and decent roundovers just won't look good in my home now. For that matter, I'm not sure I could even get away with an 8 and decent roundovers. Which means I'm looking at narrow speakers for pretty much the first time in my life. [SIZE=small]([/SIZE][SIZE=small]And here I was with visions of building SEOS 15's over 12" woofers, or even maybe even buying Danley SM60's, as my next speakers! Not gonna happen, at least for the next few years...)[/SIZE] So, thoughts? Maybe an SEOS 8 with a pair of decent 6-7" woofers in an on-wall TMM, with the L and R using Kantor-era NHT style angled baffles to get the desired crossfire? Or three KEF KHT3005SE eggs - of which I happen to already have 8, in addition to the two "center channels" I'm using as side-surrounds, and find to be some of the finest-imaging speakers I've ever heard though obviously limited in terms of dynamics - mounted using their stock foot/wall-mount (which has a ball to allow aiming) to an on-wall bass bin holding two Aura NS6's? (Even though they're so cheap, I kinda like the idea of using the NS6. Even though I'd expect that with tiny 1" diameter underhung voicecoils thermal compression is an issue. Also, all five of the subs in this system use Aura drivers. Unfortunately, those drivers did not cost $9 a pop...) Other ideas? On non-negotiable for me is a waveguide (or concentric) loaded tweeter with sufficient flare and output capability to allow a directivity match at the crossover. It's too bad there isn't (already?) a Stentorian variant using the SEOS 8 instead of a flush dome.