EDIT: Instead of making a new thread, I decided to edit and refocus this one. It's less clutter, and more to the point. For those who missed the original post, I was looking for good speakers (2.1+) for under $200. The only limitations (besides price) was that they needed a sub (no midwoofer), and had to sound good in all scenarios (music, movies, video games, etc). In reference to the original post, I ended up picking the Klipsch Promedia 2.1's. However I have not bought them yet, as there's some concerns about quality control that seem particularly pressing. -For one, which revision should I get? The wireless one, manufactured more recently (2009), or the older non-wireless version? Do both revisions have quality issues? -Is the quality control really that bad? I've heard a variety of horror stories about these speakers. -If the wireless revision is the better version, how's the wireless audio sound? Is there a lot of interference from other 2.4 GHz devices? What channel? On an unrelated note; Should I use a 50 ft mini-optical to TOSlink or shielded 3.5 mm line to connect to my TV? An unshielded 3.5 mm line has incredible interference and signal strength degradation. Thanks!