I just upgraded my center from the weak Bose VCS 10 to a Polk CSI 40. I have a 6.1 reciever, and Im going to move the Bose out back. Note on the Bose: Its a decent sounding center channel, if you room is 6x6... It should suffice as a rear center. My problem with placement, is my couch is right up against a wall, with an angled ceiling above. There is 0 oppertunity for correct placement, unless I want the speaker 3 inches from the back of my head (moving the couch forward isnt an option, im 12 feet from an 84" PJ screen) Any suggestions? Im considering dropping it below the rear of the couch pointing upwards and hope the sound reflects nicely off the angled ceiling above. No matter what approach I take, because of the close proximity I will probably cut the volume by 50%. Thanks in advance for any and all input.