I am about to embark on my long awaited home theater project in my finished basement. The space is far from ideal for a home theater space. The sheetrock ceilings are 6 1/2 feet and jut down to about 6 feet in certain areas because of overhead pipes. The basement is an L shape layout. Because of the furnice/waterheater room, a big part of the seating area is only 6 1/2 feet wide. I would really love to use a ceiling mounted (even if I have to duck) or a floor mounted DLP projector. I have an M&K MX350 THX sub, a Pioneer elite THX select reciever, and 5 Klipch surround speakers. Eventually I plan on upgrading to all M&K THX speakers. The seating area is over 21 feet long so it is a good length. I am going to put wall fabric on the walls to absorb some of the sound and prevent any echo effect. The floors are already carpeted. Can I reasonably expect a high performance theater with that type of room layout? If anyone has a similar space or can give me any advise, I would really appreciate it. I plan on getting the best possible equiptment I can buy including a DLP projector with the HD2 chip, and another M&K THX sub. I'm also spending time on the decorative aspect of the theater with THX wall plaques and prop replicas from Star Wars and Lord Of The Rings. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.