Hey everyone, I recently stripped all the old wallpaper and trim in my room and repainted it. I have a carpet coming in in a couple of weeks. I know it's not an ideal situation at all, but my goal is to just reduce the amount of reflections around. The goal of the project is to get a 'better than nothing' kind of thing, both for monitoring and recording. I have six 2x4 feet broadband panels that I am planning to hang on the wall, and was wondering the best place to put them. What I want to do is make a mount where I can remove the panels from the wall as well. I have made stands for them so I could use them behind the microphone when tracking (like those reflection filters you see for sale), so it would be awesome if I could have them on the wall the majority of the time, and then maybe pull a couple off when recording. Anyways, here are my pictures. 1 main door, 1 closet door, 2 windows. My computer desk will remain around this spot, probably not perfectly centered. Can't hang anything from the ceiling. I was thinking two on the wall behind my computer, one on the wall to the left of the computer, and I could even put one on the inside of the door, so that when it's closed it would be sort of absorbing in that corner, but I don't know. Then I was thinking the remaining two possibly above my bed. The wall behind the amp I was planning my instruments hung up on, but let me know what you think. Thanks!