Hi all, I've been mulling over the kinect for a month now, but have reservations about it working in myroom. I'm hoping some of you early adapters could fill me in on some queries I have before I take the plunge, or not, as the case may be. My room layout is very awkward. The room is rectangular with a square enclave. My sofa is at the top of the rectangle and my 50" TV is in the enclave at the bottom-end of the room. The distance from the edge of my sofa to the TV is about 7ft and the enclave has a depth of about 4ft - added to the width of the rectangular area of the room, it's around 10 ft in total and about 6sq feet of exercise space. Hopefully someone can answer my q's 1, First and most obvious; will the Kinect work in my room in such limited space? 2. Do I have to be in direct line with the camera for it to pick up all my movement? 3. In my room, it would be ideal if I could mount the camera elsewhere whilst I face the TV screen (on a sort of diagonal), will it still work? 4. What's the minimum distance the Kinect can pick up my movement from? 5. I'm 6'3", my other half is 5'3" would it pick up all of our movement in such a small space? I hope I've explained myself well enough. apologies if I have not. I'd greatly appreciate some input, as I'm getting really itchy fingers about this and would like to get one tomorrow.