Thanks for the responses. I will probably end up doing that. @Ethan I've spent a lot of time on your site. Neat :P
Through random arrangements I've found that switching the fronts/surrounds made an improvement, but also found that my room is way too live. I've lost some detail and have problems at all freqs, especially the mids. It seems veiled and the only thing I can pinpoint this to is room reflections since EQ can't correct it.
My old room had a fully absorptive back wall, diffractive L/R, a pitched ceiling, reflective front wall, carpeted floors, and was a bit larger. In there I was able to look at the back wall and the soundstage remained at the front wall. Now when I do the same the soundstage shifts towards the back a bit.
I intend to hang some blackout drapes on the windows (front wall and left wall vs. the system) tonight, so I'll see what effect that has. Since it'll mostly be out of the direct reflect zone, I expect it to mostly lower reverb.
I have to get good imaging, depth, clarity, etc... before hooking up the sub will do much good.
I'll look into what I can do