Help Please! I'm trying to decide on speakers for my new home theater in my new house (in process of building). The local audio/video company recommends I put in Paradigm classic collection in-wall LCR and rear speakers. My wife will like the look, but I know it's the wrong thing to do. I will have an "L" shaped storage room built behind the front (screen wall) and left wall with a door access on the left. I have another thread on this "hardware forum" about sub choice which has all but convinced me to use an infinite baffle system with 4 x 18" acoustic elegance subs. The theater room is 14'x14' (1800 ft'3) but opens in the back to a larger game room (making the total 7,110 ft'3). Paradigm in walls have boxes that are not included in the price, making the 5 speakers cost $5,500 total. Should I spend that money instead on floor standing left/right and a normal center channel and build recesses in the front wall to accommodate them? I could then cover the openings with fabric to make them look like large in-walls. Is this a terrible idea? At least when I move I can take them with me. Also, what about the rear surrounds? Just stick with in-wall or in-ceiling? All help appreciated!