The more I tinker with my system, the more I realize that I've got a wierd reflection on one side of the room. Because I'm not allowed to move the china cabinet that is causing the problem (DAMN YOU WOMAN!), I was trying to figure out a way to toe that speaker in a bit. Unfortunately, stands are out of the question, so I currently have my Polk R10's wall-mounted using the keyhole slot, drywall anchors and stick-on rubber feet on the back of the speakers. I've been looking for some kind of adjustable bracket. Polk's website recommends the Omnimount 25 for the R10's, but it looks like you have to screw a bracket onto the speaker to use them and I'd really rather not do that. Does anyone know for sure if the Omnimounts require screwing the bracket onto a speaker that only has a keyhole slot, and if so, can anyone recommend another solution to my problem? The speakers are only about 8 lbs, so I don't need anything too extreme... just something to get them off the wall a little and let me aim them.