Hey guys, my house is yet to be built, and no I can't really make much in the way of changes, but I will have a pretty large space downstairs. Exact dimensions are a bit off but generally will be between 12-14'x 24' for the room, although it actually goes back 32' in one half of the room. Basically, I'd like to project onto the short wall, so I can have a lot of flexibility to move seating far enough from the picture. The problems is there are two doors, one that is on that wall, and another adjacent to it, but opens towards it, which limits what I can do along the wall. So I'm thinking of putting everything maybe 3 feet infront of the wall, so all components and maybe a hanging screen of some kind, and basically just putting the HT in the middle of the room or floating. Can I use a heavy curtain or fabric, to create walls for behind the screen, and as a rear wall as well? Would there be any benefit to this accoustically? Basically by bringing the components and screen off the wall, I create a small space behind it to access the two doors, and the immense benefit of being able to get at all the wiring withing having to move anything. I will build some cabinetry to house the components, and also have a 32" trinitron I'll be using until I get the projector, and then once I have it, will use for everyday cable viewing. That I think presents a second problem. Is there any good way to position a 32" tv so that it can also benefit from the 5.1 surround, while having everything set up for the projector screen? Since viewing distance for an 80-100" projected screen will require one to be very much further away compared to a 32" tv. Unless I just go through the pain of moving seating depending on what I decide to watch, which isn't very practical. Hopefully someone can offer suggestions.