Hi all - My new house is currently being built, the roof is going up this weekend! I am having AV cabling built into the house as part of the build through an AV installer called Home Hub Installations, who will be doing the physical installation/wiring and Richer Sounds for the equipment. Anyway, I am going with a 5.1.2 atmos set up and this is the plan submitted from my meeting with the richer sounds installer. I am told the first fit electrics are being wired on Monday and the AV wiring will commence a week later. So basically I’ve got a few days to make any final adjustments if needed. The red squares are media faceplates with double cat6 points and double coax. The big green squares indicate the positions of ceiling speaker wiring positions. The little green squares in the 4 corners of the lounge are for the 5.1 speaker wiring - the speaker wiring will be run from ceiling height to floor level and will meet at a speaker faceplate on the wall. All wires concealed inside the walls. The tv will be wall mounted directly opposite the sofa. I wanted to get a second opinion on the layout, as I’ve never had Atmos before and I am essentially doing this from off plan as the house hasn’t been built yet, however I have spent a lot of time in the show home for this house and have taken my measurements from the show home which is the same size. Any thoughts?