I've been wanting to get a decent set of bookshelf speakers but I don't have the cash to get a decent setup. These will be for music listening and watching the odd video as they will be connected to my computer. They will probably be powered by a cheap receiver. First off, a few requirements of mine. I want super clean highs and accurate bass down to about 50hz. I won't be using a sub but the back of the speakers will be about 6-8 inches away from a wall so a little bass reinforcement will be there. I will make the enclosures using mdf and I would like to keep the height under 14 inches and the width less than 7 or 8 inches. Price wise, I'd like to keep the cost of the speakers under $250 CDN, so about $160 AM. That includes the drivers/tweeters and the crossover/L-pads if needed. I know that for that price I will be sacrificing a quite a bit but I think that I can have a better sounding system than what could be bought for the price. So can anyone give some ideas for good drivers? Where to get them and any advice on making them? Thanks alot.