I'm a Hopeful romantic (pun intended) - I buy Klipsch, but I don't buy new. I prefer the Original Klipsch Heritage line speakers to the new stuff. I just like repair parts to be available for these speakers. My speakers are over 30 years old and still going strong! Buying new just for the sake of it being new is just...dumb, especially with something as suggestive as high-end audio (Trade in a pair of 40year old Khorns for some new RF-83's - I don't think so, or even better yet - Trade old Khorns for new ones - when the old ones were built solid as a rock - as well as the new ones....doesn't make sense).
Mains (LCR): Klipsch Cornwall I's with Bob Crites UpgradesL/R, Klipsch Heresy 1 with Bob Crites Upgrades and Volti Audio upgrades
Subwoofers: 2 Wharfedale SW-380 subwoofers (power amps bypassed), 2 Atlantic Technology PBM 352 THX subs.
Side Surrounds: Definitive Technology BP-1's with DCM Full Time passive Subs
Rear Surrounds: Definitive Technology BP-2's
Power Amps: Adcom GFA - 5503 (mains), 2 Yamaha MX-830 (side and rear surrounds), Behringer EP4000 (powering Wharfedale subwoofers)
Prepro/HTPC: Asus Essence ST w/H6 Daughter card, Intel Quad Extreme processor, 5TB of storage, HDHR3 Prime, Bluray, Nvidia GT 430, Windows 7 64 bit, 8 GB ram,J.River 18 software.