The last one I could find is all the way back on page 8. I want to move into some "real" powered studio monitors to replace the 6-inch 2-way Infinity bookshelf speakers and Yamaha receiver I've been using. My "studio" does triple duty as home office, family room, and practice/recording space. It's 26' x 22', minus a 9' x 6' bathroom in one rear corner, with no treatment save area rugs on the floor, a sofa and arm chair, and quite a bit of miscellaneous junk. My music is mostly jangley guitar rock. No heavy downtuned guitars, no hip-hop subwoofer needed. Despite the room's decent size, I'm thinking I want to stay in the 5" or 6" range. The room would probably work with 8" monitors, but they tend to be a big price jump. The JBL 305P MkII seems to be everyone's first value-for-your-dollars recommendation, and I have no problem with their $300/pair price. However, if I want to spend a little more, there seem to be several choices. I can stay with a 5" driver and move up to the pricier Adam T5V, which hasn't been around long but gets 5-star reviews, and go for $400 a pair. At that same price point, Yamaha offers the HS5, or I can move up to the slightly larger JBL 306P MkII. What are your experience, thoughts, and suggestions? Save the hundred bucks and stick with the tried-and-true 305, or will one of the others give me seriously better results?