Today is your lucky day because I have had this equipment setup with the Maggie 3.6's.
See my system with pics at this link:http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/fr.pl?vopin&1043544749&read&3&4&
Yes you can get very good sound out of the Maggies with this setup. I had the 3.6's for about 3 years, and contrary to some opinions, the Maggies are not that tough to get good sound out of with the speaker setup. I think the Maggies are pretty darn easy to setup and get to sound good without much effort (with the speaker placement). I have VA Mahlers now, and the VA Mahlers are MUCH harder to setup than the Maggies. I have spent hours upon hours working for optimal Mahler setup in my room. I could get the Maggies to sound good in a matter of 10-20 minutes.
I loved the Maggies, but for HT applications, I think they fall a little short.
The Maggies have 3 weaknesses:
1 - Lack of dynamics. This impacts HT a lot as well as dynamic music.
2 - The need to be driven by massively powerful amps. The Maggies gain dynamics as one moves up in amp power. The last amps I had with the Maggies were 2 Plinius SA100 mk3 amps in MONO (665wpc into the Maggies). The sound was awesome.
3 - Lack of bass. If you can live without much below 35hz or so, you should be set with the Maggies.
Everything else is world class with the Maggies.
I loved the 3.6's, but I think the VA Mahlers are a better all around speaker.
One more thing.... the Maggie profile being so large blocked my HT equipment rack, and I was unable to use my remotes from my listening position. This was really annoying. The Mahlers profile (being much less) gives me the ability to use all of my remotes with ease.