Okay, after moving and unpacking and setting up, I was finally able to take some pictures. Unfortunately the batteries in my camera went after just 3 pictures. So this is just a taste. I'll have more later:
Here is a view from the entrance door. That is a 114 inch Carada screen (screen wall is painted black -- other 3 walls painted "flower pot" red:
My biggest fear was that the 1st row was to close to the screen (11 feet) for the size of the screen. As it turns out - its perfect. You feel like you are in an actual movie theater -- and seeing the pixel structure is not an issue -- unless you really try to look for it in credits or a big area of white.
Here is a view of my humble A/V rack. I just have 3 components: cable box, Onkyo TX-SR804 receiver and Oppo 981 DVD player. Behind that wall is unfinished space, so one day I may have an in-wall rack put in, but I don't think what I have looks bad, since I don't have a ton of components, and it doesn't interfere with the room:
And a view of the back wall (Epson Pro Cinema 810 projector):
Paradigm Studio 20s -- Fronts
Paradigm Studio CC470 -- Center
Paradigm ADP 590s -- Side Surrounds
Paradigm Atoms -- Back surrounds
SVS PB12-NSD -- Subwoofer
I have watched the Departed and "Flags of Our Fathers" so far. It looks and sounds great.
My family and friends that have visited have all said "wow" as they entered the room.
Right now I just have the 4 Berkline 088s for seating and nothing on the riser. I will eventually (before football season) move the 4 Berklines back onto the rise and replace the front row with 3 complete chairs of Berkline 090s (no sharing arm rests). 3 individual chairs.
So seating will be for 7 people -- which should be enough for most purposes. I don't have that many friends ; )