that is an awfully cute room..!
i like the colors (the walls with the fireplace and speakers.. and the walls and fireplace/speakers with the color of the floor)
i'd say you are severely affecting the output of the left mid bass with it pointed at the bottom of the main speaker.
having a reflection that close to the speaker will certainly make the output different than the other one.
you could push the other mid bass closer to the right speaker, that way both of the speakers are playing into the bottom stands the same (might be worth it for an 'effect')
i would leave the right midbass where it is and place the equipment rack on top of the mid bass (or swap the mid bass with the equipment rack, as much as it might hurt visually)
it would depend on how good the mid bass speakers sound when playing into the base of the main speakers.
i would also suggest moving the theater rack to where the lamp is..
you can simply unscrew the lamp and use only ONE of the three poles.. that way you can put the lamp on top of the equipment rack.
i think modifying the lamp and putting the equipment rack in that corner is the best option.. but i would seriously have some fun trying to play both mid bass speakers through the bass of the mains.
with all of that bouncing around and those posts cutting and bending the soundwaves, you might get a serious '3D' effect.
if it doesnt hurt the clarity and details, it should be a winner.
otherwise i would move the equipment rack so the mid bass speakers have a clear shot to your ears.
i wouldnt worry about the remote not working with the equipment.. the walls are white and should bounce around the signal from the remote, meaning the remote will work.
but.. having a closer look, it appears that the bottom piece of hardware is the qsc amplifier.
so you wouldnt be losing anything by not seeing it because its blocked by the mid bass.
you'll probably have to cut the lamp cord inside the pole.. but you can get some twist plugs to twist the wires back together.. shouldnt be hard to look at the cord and make a match.
just make sure you can screw in the top pole piece into the base before you do anything with the cord.
but i do believe that is all there is to say