I am trying to setup a 5.1 system in a very small odd shaped living room. I'll give the details below but from everything I've read on TV and speaker placement alot of the information indicates eye/ear level placement. This room just doesn't easily allow that. So I guess my main question is can I have my four surrounds placed near the ceiling but angeled down? Wouldn't that essentially be the same as ear height as they are being directed at the same location? Read below for the specifics and please chime in with any suggestions. Room is only about 8.5 feet deep wall to wall .That means the TV is wall mounted and the powered reclining couch is directly across from the tv. Sitting distance is literally only 6.5 feet from the 55" tv. The usable width of the room is about 12' wide with an opening in the wall. The speakers I have are Martin Logan motion 4's for the FR and FL and a motion 8 for center .I have a couple rear surround choices from some b&w bookshelf's to an oldder pair of curved Klipsch. The rears are the hardest to place because the couch is against the wall and the only way I can think to mount the rears is using some wall mount brackets. There is really no usable left or right side walls. So...will mounting all 4 speakers towards the ceiling and aim them down at seating area be good or should I try to mount them lower on the wall? How far apart left to right would be ideal? The tv is not center on the wall which makes it even more difficult...if I was to keep things cemtrical then usable wall width is about 4 feet to the left and right of the tv edges. Center channel is currently mounted directly below tv. I know things like this had been asked before but I always see people using speaker stands or something. My only option due to space is wall mounting. Thanks in advance .