So I have a relatively cheap in the box 5.1 surround sound system that was thrown in with the purchase of a TV. The surround system is an LG DH4220S http://www.lg.com/uk/home-entertainment/lg-DH4220S-home-cinema-system. I am trying to decide if it's even worth putting the dang things up because the rear speakers are going to be in a bad place as well as a pain to mount due to the fact that I live in a high rise and the walls are cinder block, there is no molding or carpet or anything else to hide the wires that will need to cross the room. Here's a picture of the space I'm dealing with. It's small (and messy because I just moved in) The room is basically a long rectangle with the the T.V. and couches at one end facing each other on the long sides of the rectangle and the short/right side of the rectangle directly to the right of the viewer. The couch is against the back wall as well as 1 foot away from a side wall on the right. The tv. is against the opposite wall and about 2 feet away from the same wall as the couch on the viewer's right hand side. Soooo the rear surround speakers will need to go above the viewers either on the wall or on the ceiling. To the side doesn't work because while there is a wall to the right there isn't one to the left, so one would be wall mounted to the side and the other wall mounted behind. Honestly I'm leaning towards putting the system in the lobby with a FREE sign on it because I don't know that all this will be worth it. Any help with my crappy description will be greatly appreciated.