I'm a little confused about the delay settings that I should be using for this situation. Due to a corner arrangement, the primary seating location is about 7 feet closer to the main speakers than it is to the surrounds. From what I understand, this means I should delay the mains (and center) by about 7ms. Of course, I can't delay the mains on my receiver (do any receivers allow this?). Anyhow, the default delay setting for DD surrounds on my receiver is 19ms. This is a Yamaha RX-V1200 that lists surround delay settings separately for each DSP. I've reviewed the information at Dolby's web site (http://www.dolby.com/tech/co.br.0103.DDFAQ.html#q19 figure 20-3) and it leads me to believe that I should have no delay programmed. This still leaves me confused. In order to have "no delay", should I leave the 19ms default parameter alone or should I reduce it to zero? Perhaps it should be 12ms? I'm so confused! Is it rare to have surround speakers farther than the front soundstage? Does it cause other problems?