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I copied and pasted the same question on such website on the same day, and still no response like A'gon. I guesed that no one has ever done it before. For an audiophile, main speakers usually have to be full range and bigger than the Script to bring out the beautiful midrange. I stopped by a local hi-fi store, and they didn't have the Scripts wired yet. They had four Scripts setup as part of the HT 7.1 setup, but no connection yet. Of the HT 7.1, the Summit were used as the main ones. Each Summit was driven by the Mcintosh mono amp, and the DVD/CD player was the Extoric. The midrange on the new Summit sounded beautiful. However, both Summit were neither calibrated nor setup properly with the correct cross over, the bass sounded aweful. I guess that I shoud stay with what I have or use bigger ML as main speakers. The latter would be a tougher one to pull due the the Wife Approval Factor.