Okay, my mind has been wandering again. That usually means I'm about to make another mess, but before I do this time, I need some advice from those that know a few things about how a sub will react in an unusual placement configuration. Here's the setup.... The ideal situation is to get the SV Subs out of the corner and still be unobtrusive. Not an easy task, I know, but here is what I am thinking. Looking at the above picture, the area on either side of the TV and behind the main speakers can be rebuilt to have a recessed compartment similar to the way the audio rack on the left side is built-in. I am thinking an 18" wide 49" high "box" recessed into the wall on either side of the TV with a 12" front opening covered with speaker grill cloth. The sub would be placed into the "box" from behind with a solid back screwed on. The entire box would be sealed all around with only the front open. There would be about 3" between the inside wall of the sub box and the outside of the TV. I figure somewhere around 24", perhaps a bit less, from the driver magnet and the closest CRT in the TV. Three concerns.... 1) Any possible magnetic interference with the TV? 2) Any physical interaction with the TV (ie, will the sub cause excessive vibration of the TV screen through the sealed box)? 3) Will the performance of the two subs be compromised being placed in an enclosure with an opeing only in the front? Thanks for any help and advice.