Hello, I am renovating a large basement, and it's a few weeks from the walls going up. I would love to get your advice on how to setup the home theater: Some boundaries: 1. Sorry, I really want in-wall speakers, unless someone can provide a viable alternative in which speakers won't affect large non-home-theater gatherings at all. 2. Video source is LCD projector. Again, sorry, but the video needs to be visible to 50-60 people, and so visibility is more important than accuracy. 3. Sorry #3 - I have a very limited budget. I really just want cheap stuff that is barely acceptable. I know how great an all-out hi-end system can sound, but it's not a viable option. I am thinking mass-fi level...sound quality along the lines of Radio Shack Linaeums or Energy Take 5. 4. The room is large: 20' x 30' or so. Some perplexing questions: 1. Are there any good in-wall speakers? I've never looked into in-wall before. 2. Also, are there any subwoofer solutions that are invisible? I would love to get that in-wall Sunfire sub, but it's way expensive. My other crazy scheme is to get the Hsu 1220 and lay it down sideways under the screen. But I think this will surely get rejected by other parties in this renovation! 3. Should I do 5.1, 6.1, 6.2 or what's a good standard right now? 4. Any good all-in-one receivers? I have a Sherwood Newcastle in another setup, and it sounds just great. But perhaps this large setup will require a bigger one? Do you have any tips for someone who is not a novice to audio (I have had many decent 2-channel setups, up to entry-level exotics including Spectral, Krell, etc, and I've had some home theater setups, including an NHT system and my current Gallo Micro system). However, I have no idea what I'm doing with this new basement, especially about wiring, choice of gear (big, powerful, cheap...but I'm used to small-scale and a bit nicer stuff), video, etc. I would appreciate any help...thank you in advance!