I've looked online about my question and not had a ton of luck so thought I'd put it to the brilliant folks on this forum. My collection includes a lot of SACDs in 5.1. Recently, I moved and was able to purchase the Cornwall IVs, my dream speakers, which are everything people say they are. They are my two speakers right now. But if possible I'd like to get to these great surround discs again sometime soon... The problem is that size-wise my living room does not really afford the possibility of using additional Klipsch Heritage speakers. So I need some other, more compact surround options. I'm very happy with my listening environment, mind you, but it's not truly "audiophile." I mainly listen in my living room, on our couch, often with my wife. I might be okay forgoing a center channel because everyone seems to say that tonally it is nearly impossible to match the Cornwalls with a center channel that isn't in the Heritage line. So a phantom center is possible. But I've never tried this with SACD discs and am not even sure they will decode properly with my Denon receiver/Blu Ray player without a center. If someone has a recommendation, I'm all ears. But mainly I'm interested in what you think would work well for the surrounds? I need something with a smaller footprint, ideally something that can be mounted to the side or back walls and is not floor standing. Anything on the floor like a Heresy I'm concerned will be mainly pointing at my couch. So something higher up. Would love to know your thoughts! Thanks.