I just bought an HTS760 system and have a couple of speaker-related questions: I have some old ADS bookshelf speakers that I'm using in place of the Onkyo front speakers, since they sound a little better. Would it make sense to use the Onkyo fronts as the rear surround speakers, or would this be overkill, based on the signal/frequencies that are sent to the rear surround channels? Would there be any improvement compared to just using the small surrounds? Has anyone modded their sub by lining it with polyfill in order to tighten up the bass? It's a little boomy in al of the positions I've tried. Maybe it's just the room acoustics. Should the surrounds be pointed directly at the listener (i.e. facing the listener and angled downward if above ear level), or is this not important? I've read elsewhere that surrounds can even be pointed at a wall at an angle, which gives a more spacious sound. By changing the settings on the receiver (surround level, and distance), will they sound as good as if they were optimally positioned?