In ceiling speaker selection advice

I'm looking to install in-ceiling speakers for 'distributed audio', as well as outdoor speakers on a condo terrace.

I'm looking for good quality sound, but recognize the limitations of in-ceilings. In the living/dining area, I've got a separate HT and audio setup running Usher BE718/616 as my L/R/C, so don't worry - I'm not trying to 'replace' traditional speakers with in-ceilings.

For my main living/dining/kitchen area (about 22x40), I'm looking to install 4 speakers, plus a single in the powder room). I'm also looking to install two in the master bedroom and a single in the master bath.

Here's what I'm looking at:
- Definitive Technology DI 6.5S;
- B&W CCM 663 or 664;
- my installer is recommending Monitor Bronze BR CPC in ceilings.

They are going to be running off a Rotel 1565 amp, with an Arcam DV135 as the CD source, and through a Control4 system acting as the pre-amp.

Anyone have any advice on any of the in-ceiling speakers listed above? Any suggestions on stuff in similar price range?
I recommend Infinity Outrigger outdoor speakers. These have worked beautifully for me for the past 11 years. They range in price from $200 to $380 per pair if you google them. I have two pairs for my outdoor deck and they sound great. The info is as follows. Enjoy.

The Infinity IF70017 OUTRIGGER 2-Way Indoor/Outdoor Speakers are designed for professional and entertainment enthusiasts with the capability to deliver a full, clear, and tight sound response. It features a pivoting bracket design, weather-resistant, non-corrosive construction with the ability to withstand full exposure to the elements. Built with a waterproof 5-1/4" polypropylene cone driver w/rubber surround, 1" polycarbonate dome tweeter, 80W of power, and paintable grille/housing - the OUTRIGGER is an ideal solution for outdoor installations such as public areas, swimming pools, restaurants, tent structures, and outside patios.

Note! Infinity Indoor/Outdoor Speakers are manufactured to resist a variety of weather conditions. However, they are not waterproof, so if you decide to place your speakers outdoors, position them so that they are not directly exposed to the elements. The undersides of most eaves and overhangs provide the best protection for indoor/outdoor speakers.

Weather-Resistant Construction
With rust-proof and weather-resistant grilles, and weather-resistant and UV-resistant body, this speaker is designed to hold up to the elements of Mother Nature.
Pivoting Bracket Design
This unique speaker offers the ability direct the high and low frequencies toward your listening position by incorporating an adjustable, pivoting mounting bracket.
Outstanding Audio Output
This speaker offers a wide frequency response of 60 Hz-20 KHz, sensitivity of 86 dB, and 10-80W of power.
Durable Speaker Terminals
To insure the best possible connection from your amplifier, this speaker features banana-plug style binding posts.
Ease of Installation
Locate your speaker location, mount the included wall bracket, connect the speaker wires and mount the loudspeaker; it's that simple.
I have been very happy with Klipsch in ceiling speakers in my living room. I supplement them with a Paradigm sub.
Anyone heard the def techs and B&Ws and have any thoughts on the comparison?