The original carpet installed was the wrong one (waaaay to light in color) so just got correct carpet installed. This has held up all of the work in the room for almost 3 weeks.
I have delivered about 80% of the GIK acoustic treatment. Corner traps have been built but not delivered to the job site. Now that the carpet color is correct, next up is to build 4 "columns" to hide the surrounds. Waiting for Mr. Seaton to announce his "on-wall Sparks" or I may end up switching surround speaker manufacturer as the current Sparks would require a much too deep column. I would certainly prefer not to do that.
Once the columns are built and the theater is complete (to the extent ANY theater is ever complete) GIK will come to the job site to build custom facings on the soffit traps.
The movers delivered our furniture/household belongings this past weekend (attached photo after their first several trips up the stairs). Including the shipping weight of the Catalyst speaker stands (each filled with 100 pounds of sand), 4 SubMersives, 3 Catalysts and 4 Sparks, plus all of the components and chairs, the movers hauled about 2500 pounds of audio stuff up a flight of stairs. They were, as they say in some parts of the south, plum wore out.
I am working on un-boxing everything and hopefully next weekend will begin hanging/installing the acoustic treatment and shortly thereafter the screen and masking system.
We did another unofficial test this past weekend to see how well the sound is being contained. Our noise source was a small radio on the floor in the theater with the volume turned up VERY loud. It was anything but dead quiet in the floor below but not awful in most places. The most bizarre thing was that in the kitchen below the theater, the most noise was audible through two of the kitchen ceiling cans but not all of them. The two that were the loudest did not have bulbs in them but that may have been a coincidence!