This is my first post so if I am breaking ettiquette or am on the wrong forum, I apologize. I am a renter and am in an unfortunate situation of having no room worth a dang for a halfway decent surround experience. My setup is like this (bare with me): I have a large room that comprises the living area, and logistics (and my wife) necessitate that the home theater is set up on basically the left half of the room. The television is against the back wall and the primary seating is against the front wall, so the left speakers are against the left wall and the right speakers are just kind of out in the middle. My problem is that I'm unsure exactly how to place my surround speakers to get the best surround experience possible. From what I've read, they need to be placed about 6 feet high (on either side of the primary seating), with the speakers facing the middle. Am I correct? Thanks for any help!