I ended up using a Dhalquist DQ-10 as my center channel also. Of all the center speakers I tried I found that it provided the most accurate/smoothest presentation of human voice during dialogue in movies. Because of its wide footprint it works well with wide screen viewing when the L/R are far apart. It also works well as a center because it is not a tall speaker making it an ideal fit under your display. I was not fond of using di-pole speakers for the front left and right and preferred normal front firing speakers, so maybe some L/R monitors may work well when space is restricted. Dipoles worked great for surrounds and rears.