Oh yeah, now that you mention it or friendly great southern trend killer has mentioned them...\n\nYeah it would be nice if there were more places like that. The problem is too many people only care about whatever’s cheaper.\n\n\nThat is true, but those 802 D3 are a huge hunk of change. I built my front three for 30% less than the cost of those 802 D3 and the 800 D3 cost over twice as much as my front three. \n\nTalking of front three that is something the OP needs to consider. The center speaker if you are going to have one, is the most problematic of all. As I have said before that gave me the most trouble, and actually that is the design I'm most proud of. For the ultimate home theater the center is crucial. I think I have finally got the new center for my in wall tweaked, but I need to give it a few months to see if it irritates me. I'm pleased with it at the moment. It has low coloration and excellent voice clarity without shout. However even though mid and tweeter are vertically aligned the woofers are not. Crossover is 400 Hz and 4 KHz. However there is still a lobing problem as the bass balance does change slightly with the horizontal listening axis. There is nothing you can do about that. So now my hunch that my AV room center needed coaxial drivers. So I'm firm in my view that a center speaker needs to be built round a full ranger or a coaxial driver, unless all drivers can be vertically aligned. I'm convinced that the center speaker is an extremely weak link in almost all home AV systems. Getting that speaker right is vital to a really satisfying AV experience.\n\nSince the OP is so movie dominant in his use, he should save his pennies for this center.