I just had my TV price refunded by the manufacturer. I have since purchased another set and stand. This set is now about 5-6" higher than my other set. I still have my center channel tilted downwards towards my listening position, but panning across the screen doesn't seem as seamless as it was before. What are your suggestions to make this a little "tighter"? My speakers are JMLabs Cobalt 816s, and the center is the Cobalt cc800. The tweaters on the mains are about 35-36", and my ears are about 38-42" (give or take if I am slumping in my seat or not). The tweater on the center is about 53". I am sitting about 9.5' from my mains. What do you suggest is the best way to improve a seamless sound field across the front? Tilt the center down even more? Tilt the mains back slightly? Reduce toe-in? Widen the left and right distance or push the speakers back a bit (I have very little room for these options)? I cannot move the seating back any further from where it is, nor can I really move the equipment out any further as I have that door in the right part of the image. If I can't "solve" this issue with speaker placement adjustments, I can always return the TV stand, and build one 6 inches lower, but I like the look of this stand with the TV. Here is a picture of the front of my system: Thanks.