Any help on this will be appreciated!! My current room is 20' x 24'. Please look at My HT Pics now to see current configuration. My goal is to install a front projector while still being able to use my RPTV for everyday viewing. I am going to be remodeling this room soon and have come up with 2 options. Our viewing and listening runs like this: 50% standard cable, 25% DVD/HDTV, and 25% music (2 channel stereo, SACD, DVD-A). The first option would be to enclose a small room to the left of the stairs as viewed in the 4th pic down. That would accomplish 2 things: A) It would make the room a perfect rectangle of 15' x 24', B) It would move the center of the room further in from those damned support poles as viewed in the 6th pic down. (the recliner is currently in the center sweet spot) In this configuration I would use a pull down screen in front of the RPTV. The second option would be to build a wall splitting the room along a line with the support poles enclosed in that wall. That would give me a dedicated HT room on one side of 11' x 24'. I would use a wall mounted screen in this room with new HT seating. The other side would be an area of 9' x 14' and would be used by me and my wife for everyday RPTV viewing. I would get a HTIB system to use with the RPTV. I really like the idea of a dedicated HT room, but I am very concerned that my 2 channel stereo would suffer in the more narrow dedicated HT room. My system sounds fantastic in its current configuration. I just added a second amp, a Rotel RB-990BX, to run my front speakers. My Monitor 7's and PW-2200 combo sounds sweet!! But I have often heard that speakers sound much better without having large items between them. This would be the case in a dedicated HT room. So I guess the real question is will I loose the wide sound stage I currently enjoy in my large room?? I hope I haven't rambled on too much!! This is really a hard decision for me to make, and any help or advice would greatly appreciated!! Thanks people!!