ADP's and direct firing speakers like the 10's fit in completely different room's.
Big room where the distance between the back wall and side walls is somewhat equal to or greater than the viewing distance, you're better off with direct speakers.
Small room where the side walls and back wall are closer than the viewing distance, ADP's work better due to sonic reflection.
I have a small room and the reflection really works well, especially on my front highs, 9.2 setup. The sound in non directional and gives you the impression it's coming from a particular direction but not directly from the speaker.
Big rooms with ADP's create an echo effect that is not preferable, hence direct firing speakers yield much better sonic clarity at the listening position.
And yes, it works wonderfully for multichannel music in my small room.