Thanks for your detailed replies.\n\nSomethings for me to take back\n1) 12 Gauge wire\n2) If going active then conductor+drain balanced audio cabling\n\nWe want to sit as far away from the screen as possible so i think we will go for the 135'' one and i have heard good things about silverticket. Plus they ship to Canada at a reasonable price and are acoustically transparent.\n\nUnfortunately the room will be left open and the walls will likely be painted a light color. Floors will be vinyl tile, since its the basement we will do soundproofing on the ceiling. Will there be any benefit in putting anything more than drywall on the walls around?\nYes, i noticed the 5050 is 2600lm and the JVC is 3000. Any projector you recommend for my setup, i am ok with the price of JVC if another model is a better fit? The JVC also has a 20K hours lamp life compared to the epsons 3.5K\n\nSpeakers:\nSo i was thinking for front LCR i can do the B215XL's behind the silverticket screen.\nIf you see the floor plan, i have a wall on end and 2 poles on the back although not exactly behind the ear and one on the right. So i was thinking of getting 4 X 212XL and mounting them.\nIf thats too close then i can get 2 of the 212XL for SL and SR and then two of the ceiling models for SBL and SBR\nhttps:\/\/www.newegg.ca\/monoprice-104929\/p\/0S6-00G7-00083?Item=9SIA9HT3ZD2490 and\n\nSub:\nI read that PA subs dont dig deep but i still need bass. So can i get 2 subs. One of them can be the rockville RGB and the other more of aregular HT sub just for the very low frequencies. I have a spare mission AS 1. I know its a tiny unit but maybe it is enough to supplement the big rockville or should i buy another sub.\nBased on the plan do you recommend placement for the sub? the basement is unfinished so i can build cabinets\/corners\/run wires do whatever i wish.\n\nOnce again, thank you very much for your reply.