I am at the very early stages of planning my home theatre build. I have spoken with a local CEDIA certified installer / company and was planning on utilizing their design assistance services. However, after reading some of the recommendations from these boards, I'm wondering how much I should push back on their recommendations. They recommended a 10'H x 20'W x 30'L room for the ideal size for an 8 chair projector theatre. It sounds like from reading this and other forums, that you don't want to use direct multipliers. They recommended using the RSIC clips instead of just building a completely mechanically isolated wall. I would understand doing that if it was a retrofit, but not new construction. I've done the calculations from a few calculators I've found online which provide widely disparate sizes. What size would you recommend for an 8 seat theatre? I know projector is king but it seems like the video quality will always be superior with a Panel especially when looking at OLED. I know right now the largest OLED is 77", and for a large theatre room that projection is the only thing capable of 4K at 120"+, but with HDR and Dolby Vision, is projector still the best route? Also, I plan on using the theatre room for movies and console gaming so I know that might impact some of the direction.