This is probably a pretty trivial question, but I figured I'd ask it anyway since I can't quite seem to decide based on the information I have. Basically, I'm putting together an HT setup with my roommate and until I buy a nice big HD RPTV, we're using his analog 25" Sharp (*shudder*). So the center channel will probably go on top of his TV but if it won't sit there securely I may have to get the Sanus TV-top shelf, or possibly just wedge something in behind the speaker (though that doesn't sound like the greatest idea acoustically). Anyway, I'm thinking when I get the RPTV I might get a center stand, the kind that goes down in front of the TV. My question is basically is there any particular reason to choose above over below or vice versa? Mainly I'd like to avoid buying 2 $30-40 stands (the shelf top vs the down-in-front). I kind of like the look and idea of the below placement with an RPTV but a lot of people seem to put theirs on top too. I read an article suggesting on top was preferable but w/o any specific reason, plus I figure if you had a front projector you'd have no choice but to put it below (unless you wall mounted the center speaker). So I'm just looking for any reasoning I might have missed, or if its a matter of personal preference, what do you prefer and why?