I need to mount my rear speakers and with the way the room is setup, I have the couch flush with the wall that has the door. That's fine except when you are trying to place a rear speaker. I want to mount the speakers high, and to the side, but the door opening into the room gets in the way. As it is, I have to either put the rear right speaker high enough so that the door won't hit it and angle the speaker down. Or, put it just past where the door would hit, but somewhat in front of the listening postion. You can see where both options are kind of not great. I know "high and to the side" is recommended, but I don't think they meant putting it near the roof It's a satellite speaker so it will fit almost anywhere. For asthetic reasons I really do want to mount them, but the other option would be end tables next to the furniture. In which case they would be a little below listening level, and right next to me. Not much spacing. Which of these *sweet* options would you choose?