Well... maybe not that long. Long story short, I bought a house and have some challenges.\n\n \n\n\nMy questions are about room design and not equipment suggestions.\n\n\nThe screen you see in the pic is 106 inches on the diagonal. I've learned that your listening angle should be between 36 and 40 degrees and using this tool http:\/\/myhometheater.homestead.com\/viewingdistancecalculator.html 12 feet works out to about right for a 120 inch screen. The middle couch in the picture is roughly at 15 feet to the ear.\n\n\nRoom not including bar area is 13 feet wide and change.\n\n\nFacts:\n\n\n\nLooking at this for an acoustically transparent screen @120 inch diagonal: http:\/\/www.seymourav.com\/screensfixed.asp http:\/\/www.seymourscreenexcellence.com\/fixedframes.asp\n\n\n\nCurrently have Totem Tribe 5 and Totem Winds for the front section.\n\n\nWould like my mains beside the screen and not in behind.\n\n\nCenter channel mounted behind the screen\n\n\nWould like to get some Dual Seaton F18s eventually\n\n\nSmart glass for the equipment rack would be pretty swell\n\n\n\nQuestions:\n\n\n\nI like the look of the 2:35 aspect ratio but do all projectors work for this type of screen?\n\n\nAlso considering a 16:9 fixed screen @ 120 inches. Thoughts?\n\n\n\nBiggest issue**** Rear channels will be tricky to implement as you can see because of the large space that is currently taken up by the pool table. . I was thinking of eventually making a riser and then having a long table a couple of feet from the rear of the back seat with two Totem tribe 3s horizontally positioned with stands.\n\n\n\nAdding some mobile acoustic panels on stands that will sit on the same rear table as the rear speakers. Thoughts?\n\n\nThe bar side channel is also tricky. Maybe a hanging tribe 3 from the ceiling? Or another stand for the tribe 3?\n\n\n\n\nThoughts would be appreciated. I will post pictures as I go and hopefully you will enjoy the process as much as I am going to be. Move in will be end of June so we got some time. This will likely happen in stages and will start to set up the equipment I currently have and go from there.