Thank you for your flattering Bob.
As regards my setup, despite someone has recently strongly criticized it for being done for aesthetics only, please note the followings I took into consideration when done for a so called "cold setup" prior to introducing Audyssey RC:
1. Front L/Rs are set up to be +/- 30 deg with a protractor as seen from MLP. Both L&Rs t/w the Center are tilted downward to face seated MLP, as well as nudged off the shelf by an inch in order to tame early reflections. (Special note: my Dali speaker Manual explicitely recommends not to toe-in the front L/Rs due to their wide dispertion pattern design).
2. Surrounds are placed approx. 100 deg to the left and right as per Dolby's speaker placement guidelines.
3. Sub is placed at 1/4th of front room lenght from the right side (as suggested by Sanjay/ sdurani)
4. The room itself has plenty of natural dampening "stuff" to bring down reverb, like curtains, elevated book shelves, rough textured wall paper, textile seating (instead of leather), decorative table cloth on coffee table (a WAF kinda thing!), and its a closed room, no kitchen, no dining space, no "Big Room" effect here.
Welcome any time for a listening test, btw, you prefer red or white wine?