Surely somebody out there is as crazy as me. Probably more so. But Google and forum searches aren't helping me find those who are crazy in my particular way so far....\n\nI want to put my center channel at ear level behind an acoustically transparent screen. But for various reasons, I'm not going to remodel the room, start breaking into drywall, etc. at this time. I figured that, since I have the space, I'd just put the screen about 3' into the room and put my center channel on a stand behind, maybe with some bias lighting or something. No problem. Plenty of room either behind on the sides for L and R channels, the plan was coming together...\n\nBut I planned to use a fixed frame 2.35:1 screen, not a fancy in-ceiling roll-down. I figured that surely people must have done such a thing before and posted their solutions. I can't seem to find anything anywhere. I could cobble a stand together, but it would probably look terrible, stick out all over, and might not be terribly stable. So I'm looking for commercial solutions, custom plans, or the plain old real life experience of others. How have you - or would you - do such a thing? (I'm still in the brainstorming phase here - plans and funds are not committed, so I'm open to suggestions.)\n\nI just can't believe I can't find somebody else who has done this - or at least tried.