I bored you with some of the prep work but the system is now done. Eqpt: Yamaha RX-A1080 Receiver Front L&R: SpeakerCraft AIM LCR3 Sound Bar: Definitve Tech XTR-SSA5 Center Front Presence Rear Presence Rear: Definitive Tech ProMonitor 800 SubWoofer: SC4000 8" with wireless connect I ran a CAT5 cable to the receiver for a hard-wired internet connection and may end up doing the same with the FireTV. In the process, I discovered a difference between the RX-A1070 and the 1080. The 1070 could be set up as 9.1 by reassigning the Zone 2 as a rear set of speakers. The 1080 doesn't allow that but according to Yamaha if speakers for rear effects are connected (the connectors are there) the Yamaha will choose whether to send the signal to the front or rear presence speakers depending on the signal it detects. Finished the install last night and did an initial manual setup this morning. I don't like the YPAO setup anymore. I decided to set things up a bit differently than I initially envisioned. I decided to use the SpeakerCrafts as the main R&L speakers, rather than the sound bar R&L. I set up the sound bar as Center, Front Presence and Rear Presence, and used the ProMonitors as the Rear R&Ls. The SW is an 8" with the Def Tech wireless option. I appear to have gotten one that works. The 8" size appears to be adequate especially with the wood floor. I did an initial manual setup this morning, setting the speaker bottoms, distances, and levels. So far the sound appears to be excellent. Movies have a very good sound field and trying some jazz on internet radio sounded exquisite (trying different formats). I'm sure that there will be some tweaking as we go along but so far I'm very happy with the setup.