Hi All, Quick bit of advice if I may. I'm adding 5.1.4 to my loft conversion, mu question is really around the ceiling atmos speakers (I've labelled them A1-A4. Builder is putting enough a gap between the two veluxes to accommodate, rather than the 200mm on the plan). Looking at the Dolby Atmos guide, they need to be placed outside of the sofa area which, given a sofa is normaly 2m or so, about 2.5m between the speakers. That will give me a height of 1.8m, which is less than what Dolby recommend. So the question is do I put them closer together and gain height, or go for width? I'm thinking of either KEF or B&W, which I understand can be positioned better in less than ideal circumstances. Only other q is the rear left placement. For asthetics it'll obviously be better to place this along the lower wall rather than behind the sofa. Would you be able to bias the AV enough to cope with the weird placement if I did put it there, or is there another option that's potentially better? Thanks for any tips! James.