Morning, THANKS in advance!!!!! I found this forum from visiting other forums and thought you may be able to assist in my HT. YES I POSTED THIS elsewhere.... Hello Everyone! For the most part my basement is almost finished (DIY), I think I will go with the Volt 6/8/10lx. I have been reading a lot (hificircuit.com) (DIYsoundgroup)and I like the idea of purchasing the kits and build my own boxes. I’m pre-wired for 7.4 (multiple options for subwoofer placement) and ATMOS, multiple CAT6 and HDMI…all to an equipment closet. Thanks rocko66, cdy2179 and a few other who guided me this far. <---other forum My fronts will be installed behind an AT screen. Surround and/or ATMOS will also be installed recessed in wall/ceiling. That being said: Any issues with me modifying the dimensions of boxes being built as to fit around studs accordingly? I plan to stay within or slightly larger specs recommended by ERICH from DIYSOUNDGROUP where i plan to purchase most of my DIY kits. Please let me know what size and makeup of the center channel would work in my multipurpose room What combination of volt6/8/10 would I use per location in my HT taking into consideration the layout of the room Please take into consideration this is a multi use room and I’m far from an audiophile…I just want something that sounds a little better thank nice I included the blueprint for my basement showing the location of HT and a few pictures where my fronts and AT screen will be. Also my theater wall's upper half of wall depth available 6” (6"cement blocks) I could get a 2 more inches if i remove the foam board and or recessed a bit less. Lower half of wall (built with 8 inch cement blocks) Possibly 5 inches so my speaker box will have to stick out a bit. I’d like my screen as close to speakers as possible. Any recommendations? Not familiar with what the screen will feel like as yet, will front ports on baffle cause the screen to move if the volume is turned up? Should I go IB to avoid? Move the port to top of box? Bolting boxes to studs? Do I need any kind of rubber to dampen the possible vibrations of studs? Forgive me if this comes off as a lengthy, jumbled run on sentence for a person who is in way over his head.