I am working on building a home theater as part of a room I am finishing in my basement. I am working on a limited budget, but am interested in getting the best sound for my investment. The theater area is about 12 feet wide with the prime seating about 10 feet from the front wall. Unfortunately it is just one end of an "L" shaped room that goes back 33 feet. My questions are about the rear surround speakers. I have been told all sorts of things by "salepeople" about what I should do for rear surrounds. I have Paradigm Mini Monitors and a CC-370 across the front and was planning on using ADP-370s for the side surround speakers. I want to try and maintain a uniform sound field around the back. With no back wall to mount it on, I am not sure how well the ADP-370(dipole) would work there. So my questions are: - Where can I find more information on how to configure "rear" surround speakers? - Do I want direct radiating speakers or dipoles for the rear speakers in this situation? - For a room that is only 12 feet wide do I want one or two rear speakers? - How should they be mounted? On the ceiling firing down or on the ceiling firing forward? - What about Paradigm speakers designed for mounting in the ceiling? Would they match my other speakers? Would they provide the diffuse sound I am looking for? Thanks for the help.