Like a few others here, I'm about to start an HT room, in my basement. I have been and will continue to search and mine previous threads for good info. I may also post my progress once in while. Here's a quick question, however. I plan to run PVC pipe in my ceiling to prepare for future wiring needs, a projector, etc. I'm also going to run all speaker wire inside the walls before drywalling. I'm already using this room as an unfinished HT room. I've done extensive experimentation and calibration with my sub (PB2-ISD) and found the best position and orientation for it (front right corner, 20" off the ground, bottom plate removed and drivers firing toward monitor). However, once I close all the walls in and finish the room, it's not a guarantee that that will still be the best location for the sub. Sooooo, do I run long sub cables to every corner of the room to be prepared for new best locations? Or do I accept that the sub cable may have to be placed inside baseboard or out in the open, etc. What did you guys do?