I recently bought a pair of Aperion 5b to round out my 5.1. I have a pair of Panavision mounts which will allow me to mount them to the wall or ceiling and angle them. My issue is an odd shaped room, in which our main couch is actually in a window well. I put together a rough sketch of the room below. I know surrounds are supposed to be 90 to 110 degrees from the listening position, but that's tough to do in my situation. Basically, I would need to either mount them on the outside walls, which would put them actually in front of the listening position slightly and angled down, or mount them in the actual window well with the couch, where they would be only a foot or two away from the edge of the couch, and angled down from about 3' above. Based on the size of the speakers, this might look pretty awkward too. The sitting position on the couch is about level with the back wall, with the actual well being utilized when reclined. My thought is to put them on the outside walls angled down, to get wider sound dispersion, but I worry about reflections since the wall is right there. What do you guys think?