Hello everyone, First time posting so I can't post any URLs. My profile has links to my site with pictures. I've got the HT bug real BAD, especially since I found this forum. I'm so glad I found this site before I started tearing into anything, great info here. I new to HT construction so please forgive me if I butcher some of terminology. My plan is to finish a large room in my basement for a HT (along with a bathroom, hallway and other small areas). I've taken some pictures and drawn a simple layout on what I plan to do with the area. I've been reading posts on just about every topic in this forum. For starters I'm looking for feedback on my plans. For equipment I'm looking at: Pioneer 1015 Axiom: Pair Millennia M60ti Towers Pair QS8 Surrounds VP150 Center SVS 20-39CS Subwoofer Lutron Lighting Control Marantz Universal Remote Xantech IR System BenQ PE7700 Projector No screen selected yet but maybe a 92" size Two of the walls are concrete along with the concrete floor. Both of those will be built out with 2x4 construction. The rear (future) wall will also be 2x4. The right wall is a 2x6 load bearing wall. All four walls will be insulated and covered with sheet rock. The floor will be covered with Berber carpet (double padding). The ceiling will be a drop ceiling and should give a clearance of about 7'-10". The AV rack will be in that back of the room to eliminate any distraction during viewing. The rearmost seating are will be about 16' back. Behind that area there will eventually be a poker table. The room will have multiple uses but I plan to optimize it for Home Theatre use One area of concern is the bathroom door located just to the right of the screen. I was going to go with a solid core door with some weather stripping or something like that to eliminate vibration. Possible acoustic issues? The shape of the room also concerns me. Probably perfect for some type of acoustic problems. Any thoughts? Will this audio equipment (especially the sub) be powerful enough to fill this room with quality sound? Overall the space should be pretty tight. I was planning on a dedicated power feed to the A/V rack. Should the audio and video each have a dedicated feed? Thanks, more to come.