Summary: I recently decided to upgrade my all Polk audio to a Klipsch system. It's really night and day. I don't know why people call these small cause there pretty good size. That being said, sound is fantastic on a budget (when your budget is around a grand for bare bones klipsch) money well spent. I run through Harmon Khardon 1700 (which gets bad reviews but I am telling you is a good reciever) Rich clean sound with a lil thump in your chest.
Summary: I'm using these with an old JVC 5.1 receiver, Alesis Monitor 1 front speakers, old Polk 12" powered sub, old Infinity center channel - and these Klipsch are an excellent match. Be sure to use the taller rubber feet if you mount it to the wall, per the instructions.
Pros: Excellent sound quality, very easy mounting, no brackets needed.
Summary: These speakers aren't the best that you can find by any means, but they are probably the least expensive, decent sounding set you can find. Klipsch may have watered down their brand name to compete against the entry level brands out there, but the result isn't a negative, but a positive because now you get better stuff at an entry level price!
Summary: The price was great at 127. New egg seams to put it on sale every 3 weeks. Got it in 1 day using newegg premier.
Pros: Sounds great. Nice key hole on back for simple wall mounting with a nail. Comes with rubber bumpers for the bottom and rear. They are useful when wall mounting by keeping the speaker sturdy to the wall. Now I have a 5.1 kiplsch speaker system with a sony sub. Sound is heavenly.