Hi, I am an editor setting up a home studio and I am looking for a set of speakers to compliment my studio. I have a limited budget and have found two models that interest me but cannot find the opportunity to try them out nor the relevant frequency curves: KRK RP8 (Rokit) and Yamaha HS80M. I work at low volumes (I respect my neighbours) and would like speakers that give me a reasonably true reflection of what I am doing at a comfortable room level. I make stuff for TV. I work with various voice over artists, I film video interviews and record live events, I make promos of TV series, music videos, short films and documentaries, basically stuff for transmission. I end up with 8 to 12 tracks of audio and mix all this down to a stereo pair. I have a sound effects library and do my own foley work. The life of a freelancer is a mixed bag and does not always pay well. I have to make compromises and as I wheel and deal I offer as many things as I can. Now everyone is asking for final audio so over the last year or so I have been supplying final mixes along with graphics etc. As I watch what I do on my TV I am noticing the odd audio problem and put it down to the poor audio set up I have. Can anyone recommend either of the two monitors that I have mentioned. The Yamaha I like because I can sort of sudo adjust it to the room that I am working in . The RP 8's just sound good on paper: Big cabinet, rounded edges 43k-20kHz. Cannot find frequency curves for the RP's but the Yamahas look quite flat. Does anyone do what I do, does any one own either of the above or can anyone suggest some monitor within this price range that will give me what I want. Genelec and Mackie are just out of my price range. Thanks in advance. Romy P.S. The room that I work in is 3.8m x 3.25m x 4 m (L x W x H). I have my suite set up along one of the 3.8m walls.