Hey guys! Brand new here, hope you don’t mind me posting. Looking for some advice as I’ll be moving into a new place with a larger living room, thus upgrading our home theatre audio quality. Audio wise, currently own: Yamaha RXV379 receiver 2x Wharfedale Diamond 10.1 (to be replaced) I wondered if you guys could suggest the best compromise of small scale and great sound for up to $500? For the speakers only, as I’ll probably stick to my Yamaha unless strongly dissuaded. Don’t need earth-shattering power as I don’t want to annoy the new neighbours up and downstairs, so needs to deliver decent performance at reasonable everyday levels. I work in feature films (VFX) so movies and TV are very important, with music being second priority. Definitely after a 2.1 solution - have been categorically told no surround sound by the wife, I.e no wires running around and no wall mounting. (trust me, this is set in stone and not a battle I want to die on). I’m still in trouble for getting the Wharfedale floorstanding “monstrosities”, so pretty sure I’m not allowed those kind again either ;p I’ve tested the Canton DM55 soundbase that was so well reviewed, and was left pretty underwhelmed. Considering the Q Acoustics 3020i or the Ruark Audio MR1 Mk2 small bookshelves. Are these any good, with a woofer? I’d have better chances getting spousal approval on bigger bookshelves if they were beautiful-looking, which is why I’m also considering vintage speakers such as the Dynaco A25 or Boston Acoustics A60. Please help me out Thank you!