I'm in the process of buying my first home. (Yay!) One of the first things I'm planning to do is build a dedicated home theater, but I'd like to do it in such a way that the speakers aren't visible. If it's not possible to get high-end sound this way, then I'll go another route, but it sure would be nice if everything was hidden behind acoustically-transparent fabric. I'm envisioning 7 identical speakers and a pair of serious-sized subs, probably driven by something in the price range of the 7x200w outlaw amp for the speakers, and whatever is necessary for the subs. I haven't found the perfect house yet, so I don't have any dimensions for the HT, but assuming I find one with an unfinished basement, I'd like to shoot for something like 20ft x 30ft. I'll be building a room within a room so to speak for sound-proofing, and I'll probably be putting the speakers into columns that stick out a few more inches from the walls, so there'll be plenty of depth for any reasonable-sized design, rather than being restricted to standard stud spacing-sized designs. Are there any speaker and sub designs that exist or could be modified to go into a wall without losing much in the way of sound quality? I probably won't be doing much in the way of music listening in the room, but movie soundtracks need to sound excellent. I'm going into this with the mindset of doing this right the first time, so while money is always an issue, I'll put as much time and money into it as necessary.