I am currently the owner of Klipsch RF-7s and I am considering a pair of Vantages in a second 2 channel only system. I have listened to Vantages at a local Tweeter and have mixed feelings. They were hooked up to a krell Kav400xi integrated and CD player, they sounded good but a little bright, actually brighter than my RF-7s. I did like the sense of space and the speakers disappear much better than Klipsch but i am worried that the may not be best for my type of music. I listen to lots of folk rock, ex. David Gray, Jack Johnson, Damien Rice and classic rock, Floyd, Zeppelin, Bob Marley, etc. I worry that alot of the positive reviews on the Vantages comes from jazz and classical fans. How do MLs sound with rock music? Would they be a better choice than B&W 803s? I know Krell is known for being somewhat bright but I think they make good quality stuff so that should not be the problem. They appeared to be set up properly, not to close to any walls. I did not have any of my own music and they played Seal for me, which sounds awful on any system. I know everyone hear loves ML, but i would like some honest feedback about how they sound with this type of music. And I hate when people say bad recordings sound bad, or ruthlessly revealing, every speaker advocate claims this about their brand to explain away any shortcomings. Visit the Klipsch, B&W forums etc. I want the MUSIC to sound good more often than not.