I'd like to put up some acoustic panelling in my room, but I have the unfortunate issue of the first reflecting points being a flimsy door and a window. Look at the pics below and you'll see what I mean. Right Side: I sit in the left chair. This shot really exemplifies the problem. There is a bit of bare wall directly to the right of the window where I could put a panel, and I probably will, but that leaves the window still to deal with. Left Side: On the left side you can see the crap ass flimsy door and how it is the first reflecting point for the left speaker. Maybe I should cover the whole door in panelling? See that seat in the corner with a pillow on it? There's about 5' of barewall there that you can't see in the picture. I'll probably put panelling there too, but, as with the other side, it still leaves the first reflecting point to deal with. I'm also considering putting some panelling on the ceiling and behind the speakers (omni-polar). Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.