Hi guys, I've got 7 of the new Ruark Dialogue speakers which come with brackets for mounting on the wall or ceiling. I'm going for the ceiling. Where the speakers are located is pretty much determined by obstacles in the room. The brackets have 4 screw holes in them and unfortunately Ruark didn't anticipate that some people might want to get the right tow-in angle on them so I've had to drill holes in the middle of the bracket and temporarily mount the left + right speakers by one bolt so I can swivel them to the right angle. Once I have the right angle I will screw them up through the 4 holes and hence their tow-in angle will be permanently fixed. So I want to get it right. I positioned a seat pretty much in the middle of the 6 or 7 seats I will have in the room and angled the speakers so I'm looking bang at the center of them. I then angled them outward everso slightly and took a photo to show you what I see from the seating position. They sound fine with stereo music. Not tried movies, yet, since the centre speaker would need to go up first. This is pretty much all I intend to do before permanently fixing the speakers. Any advice from anyone on how to quickly and easily determine a 'correct' tow-in angle? OR shall I just 'go for it' ?