Hey everybody! New guy here looking to tap into your knowledge if you don't mind. I haven't really stayed up on the audio front since I set up my last system (back in 1997 I bought a new VW Jetta GLX). My set up consisted of; Alpine CDA-7995 HU (recent addition), 2 sets of Canton Pullman RS 2.16 seperates (front door/dash & rear deck), 2 Kicker 8" Freeair subs (rear deck mounted underneath via MDF - I needed the trunk space), all powered by a Soundstream Reference 405s (25x4 100x1). The Canton's were very enjoyable, and the subs weren't too sloppy. I just bought myself a 2006 Toyota Avalon and I'm in the market for some new equipment. I want to pick up a new set of seperates for the front (pillars/doors 6.5"). I have had a quick listen to the Boston Pro 60s, CDT Audio HD-62s, and some Focals. I plan on checking out the Polk SR6500 soon, and from what I have been reading about them here, this is probably what I'll wind up with. I will put a set of the Canton's mentioned above in the rear doors. I am undecided on what sub to go with. I need my trunk (new dad), and I could care less about bumping the neighborhood, so I am looking for a single 10" in a sealed box. JL's seem to be everywhere, and I have considered the W6v2 (nice reviews) in one of their ProWedge systems. Boston's G5 is another choice, but I doubt I'll be able to get a listen to one. The new Polk SR should be a winner when it comes out, but I might not be able to wait that long. Money is not too much of a factor, but I am definately not rich. Please let me know any feelings you have about the JL or Boston choices, or feel free to point me to somthing different. Amp choices to be addressed next, most likely depends on my subs power needs (1 5 channel or 2 seperate amps). Thanks in advance for any and all comments.
Note : I am a sq guy, who listens to many different types of music (Peter Gabriel, Jimmy Buffett, Public Enemy, New Order, Nine Inch Nials, Beethoven, etc.) at normal listening levels.