Hi all, I have a few questions: 1. Is ceiling placement for surrounds a bad idea? 2. If ceiling mounts are OK, any suggestions on replacements for my existing surrounds (see below) that will create a better soundfield? 3. If ceiling mounts are not the best idea, does anyone have recommendations for wall mounted surrounds? I'm assuming a dipole or bipole speaker would work best. Background: I'm looking to improve the soundfield my surround speakers produce. My current setup is as follows: Fronts: NHT 2.9 towers Center: NHT AudioCenter-2 Surrounds: NHT SuperOne Ci (in ceiling) Sub: NHT SubTwo Receiver: Denon AVR-3805 DVD: Denon DVD-2900 These are located in a dedicated listening room, and are used for both music and home theater. The fronts, center and sub perform excellently for both formats. The surrounds perform OK for home theater, but they don't really provide the diffuse soundfield that I expect. I suspect this is mostly because they are monopole speakers. But, I'm wondering if their placement in the ceiling is also negatively affecting the soundfield. I've had the speakers for a little over four years - I bought them when our house was constructed. At the time, I was just getting into home theater, so I didn't know a whole lot about it. Now that I have some more experience with how a home theater should sound, I find the surrounds lacking. I would post a diagram of my room, but apparently I can't post links until I have more postings. Thanks in advance.