Hey guys, got a new place and want to transform the upstairs living room into a cinema. I already have most of the "cinema" equipment from my old room (I'm a student) The setup I currently own: Bowers & Wilkins DM685s KEF KHT3005 Denon AVR-1911 Infocus SP8602 speaker cables NO projector screen (as I didn't know where I'd end up living) Here's some photos: I would imagine I'd place a comfy chair where I took this photograph, about 4 metres from the. Imagining that the screen starts an inch to the left of the banister, the projector screen would hang only a few inches off the ground on the left side because of the sloping ceiling, assuming I'll buy a 100" which is 221cm x 125cm. Would this be uncomfortable from 4 metres? --- Alternatively I could move the cinema screen to the side where I can hang the projector against the wall, inbetween my two windows. This will then point towards the banister in front of the stairs, where I am not directly limited by a sloping ceiling, however, if we place a sofa as far back as possible we're still only sitting 3 metres from the screen, and our heads might have to rest ON the windows and perhaps the HUMONGOUS Infocus SP8602 might be too big/ too noisy to be between us like that? The plus side is that we can have shelves with Receiver, PS3, etc under the projector. But then the problem is.. Where on earth do I put my B&W DM685s? Won't my rear KEF speakers also be funnily placed? The side speakers too far away perhaps? ------- So is 3 metres from 100" too close? should I go for a smaller screen? (I don't really want to ) If that's the case, would it be better to have a smaller screen placed on the wall in the first pic? Take note: if my projector screen has to be sized down too much I might just want to go for an HDTV instead, I've always wanted a Kuro, bought I've already bought a great cinema projector so I really want to get the most of it (~ 100"!) Thanks for help guys.