Feel free to direct me if there is a post about this somewhere; I coudn't find it. But I have been wondering recently about monitor placement. Can the angle you point your monitors and the distance they are from eachother affect phase issues like comb filtering? I would expect so. What I have been thinking of doing recently is angling my monitors (Dyn BM6A) so they face more "out" like a stereo when bands come in to evaluate mixes, so they can hear everything better when they sit behind my "sweet spot." What I am afraid will happen is that when I turn my monitors back in to my mixing position, they will be in a little bit different spot or different angle, and the comb filtering/phase anomolies that I have gotten used to will all be different now. Of course it would be nice to have some big mains for the bands to bang their head to, but that isn't possible in my setup. What do you guys do when setting up your monitors to keep everything in phase as best as possible? Or do I just worry too much?