Here's the equipment I am using.... Yamaha YHT-390BL 5.1 w sub (can't post link but can be found on a B&M web site). When I built my home I pre-wired my game room for several speakers. Not knowing at the time how I would design the ENT system I placed 6 wall ports in my room. I will call the A, B, C, D, E, and F for simplicity. I have chosen A and B for the front channels (center is under Mitsu 60" DLP) and C and D for the Rear Surround channels. My question is about possibly incorporating E and F by paralleling two more speakers in for rear surround for a more encompassing surround (I understand it will not be louder not what I am looking for). It is and odd shaped room with one port (not currently in use) 25+' from the TV (all others are 12-15' away) but over my wet bar. If this is possible I would think it would make a more complete sound plus be nice for someone sitting at the bar. If it is of interest the speakers are all run on 16 gauge speaker wire. Any recommendation on speakers and of course how exactly to wire it would be appreciated. The speakers all run into a wall plate that has banana jack ports with wire going to the receiver connecting via the red/black push down clamps.