Here's the room- It's about 12' wide by 20' long. The right wall is hardly there at all. It's a big opening into a hallway. The opening goes from floor to ceiling. Two windows in the back. I'll have 4 surround speakers, two for the rear, two for the sides. I have spots for 3 of those, but, obviously, the right side is problematic since there really isn't a right side wall. The speakers are true surround speakers, meaning they're the multidirectional kind of speakers, wall mountable, like the Rocket 300s. So where and how do I mount the right surround speaker? Seems my only choice is to mount it from the ceiling, but I can't have it hang down too low. The ceilings are only 8'. I don't really want a speaker dangling down to 6'. How would you do it?