I have recently sold my house to move for a new job. I worked years on my home theater tweaking it and getting it just perfect. A few months before selling I added my first front projector and screen. The room was finally perfect. It was literally like Brewster's Millions, "I could die in here", "Okay, tear it down!" Here are the pics of the final outcome: http://users.erols.com/rmahle/theate..._pictures1.htm Now I need to start over. We bought a new home in Virginia. The real-estate market is ridiculous here. Homes sell in hours as they are put on the market. In the beginning I was hoping to find something to work a better theater room but 6 months later I settled on the nicest house I could get for the money (I lost three contracts due to multiple offers). Crazy! So, now I have a newer, bigger and much nicer home with a single problem.....lack of a dedicated theater room. Below is the floor plan so you can get an idea of the house: http://www.extendedtools.com/test/house3.jpg http://www.extendedtools.com/test/house4.jpg I am leaning towards the 4th bedroom for it but the room is only 12' across and the side towards the front of the house has the roof line (slanted) and reduces the amount of space on that side. The room is over the garage so you'd think it should be twice as big but it is not due to a cathedral ceiling in the family room downstairs. That ceiling sort of knocks out using my front projector in that room due to ceiling mounting being a pain and an eye sore with that much of a drop....The living room is too small. Hmm, I wonder what it would cost to finish the garage off....but I do not have a basement so there goes any extra storage space. So, if you were me what would you do? I'd like to integrate it into the family room tastefully, but I have very young kids that would be poking around at things when no one was looking. If I do the 4th bedroom it will need to be a multi-purpose room with my computer desk in the 8' dormer and a futon for seating / guest bed.