I live in a dorm room, and I'm pretty cramped for space. Now, the receiver I currently have isn't particularly deep and so I can get away with putting in on my bookcase shelf, with about 1/2 of the front legs hanging off the edge. My new H/K 320 receiver is much deeper, and the front legs will hang way over (I'm at home right now and have not received speakers yet so this is not something I can test out right now). I'd rather not have the receiver leaning off the self, and I noticed somthing interesting...the top of the shelf is 17" off the ground...the subwoofer I will be getting in is also 17" tall...how convenient. I figure this is probably a pretty stupid question, but will I harm the receiver if I let the back to legs stay on the shelf and let the front two sit on the subwoofer? The way I see it, the sub casing shouldn't vibrate too much anyway, but this is something I cannot verify yet because I don't have the sub yet. However, do you guys think there will be a significant amount of vibration that it would shake the receiver too much and damage it? Are there other concerns I should have? Normally I would dismiss something like this right off the bat, but it would be hell trying to make room to put it somewhere else. I know it can be done, but this is the best place for me to put it (in relationship to where I sit and where it won't get beat up by people coming in the room).