Hi all,\n\nI'm trying to decide how to go about setting up an atmos system in my family room. It's not a dedicated theater space, so I'm certainly not expecting perfection. But I still think I can do something great with the space I have.\n\nI'm aiming for either a 5.2.2 or 5.2.4 system. \n\nMy main question regards the ceiling speakers. My ceilings are 10 feet high. There are currently two in-ceiling speakers in place, and they are essentially in perfect place for top middles. (I didn't install them, they were already there).\n\nIf I want to add 2 more ceiling speakers, would it be reasonable to add them in the top front position? Or should I aim for the front height position (still using in ceiling speakers).\n\nOf note, my surround speakers are 5 ft high and a couple feet behind MLP. I set them that way because my Google research somewhat led me astray. Technically, they are in great position for a standard 5.1 system. At any rate, I'm fine keeping them there. Would having the surrounds a bit higher perhaps help with the panning aspect of the height speakers, given that I'm not planning on using top rears?\n\nI appreciate any advice. Let me know if I can offer any clarification.