Hi gang. I'm in the final stages of creating my new basement theater and I'm starting to consider treating the first reflection points. (I've attached a photo where I've pencil-circled the areas in question.) Here's the thing. WAF is very important to me and my wife loves the room so far. You can't really see it in this photo - because it's not done yet - but we're going to have wainscoting on the bottom half of the wall with a chair rail/cap. The wainscoting will die/end at the corner posts you see flanking the screen. Due to the 1 inch (or more) difference between the outer edge of the chair rail and the blue drywall above it, a panel is going to look silly because it won't hang flush to the wall. Not to mention my wife really doesn't like the idea of hanging acoustical panels at these locations. And I agree - I think they'll take away from the aesthetic appeal of the room. So I'm thinking of other options to treat these areas. One thing I'm considering is a dense, possibly artificial (no windows!) potted plant. Something column-like that wouldn't overflow into the room. Any other ideas? Non-traditional suggestions for treating that first reflection point? Thanks!!