Hi all, after tireless reading, 7 trips to my local sound shop, I am semi decided on a set up. Basically I am in the early stages of redoing my basement for a home theater / living room. The room itself is 14x22. I am redoing everything but the carpeting (just laid it down last year). Right now there is paneling with some very old drywall behind it. I plan on redrywalling, running data, voice, and speaker wire to both ends of the room, mounting 3 sconces on each side, and pulling down tile ceiling and replacing. 3 of the walls have brick behind them, but my main concern is the ceiling. I have yet to find an affordable way to insulate it from the sound. As it is right now, I can hear the bass from the tv running through an old stereo. My plan is to get some Paradigm Monitor 7's with a PS1000 sub and Onkyo 601 Receiver. That brings the main question. What can I do to minimize sound from traveling to the upstairs. Obviously the lows are what travel the easiest. Unfortunately, my ceiling height is pretty low with the tiles (about 7'5") since my house is quite old, secondly, my 8 month old's room is directly above the room mentioned. I do have the ability to stick some sort of insulation in the joist's. Any recommendations before I kick this project off?