Any opinions on this? The room is a drywalled basement with a low ceiling (prob about 8'.) Cement floor covered with carpet. The room is probably 20 x 30. The kit is against the back wall, standard stage setup. Any suggestions for better placement of the kit? Right now I have crisply smeared mud if that makes any sense. I do not have any portable traps or diffusers, so as an attempt to control some reflections I hung thick packing blankets over the kit off the rafters (the ceiling is just rafters with insulation) and down the sides of the kit acting as pseudo gobos. Basically it's now a "packing blanket booth." I realize this is far from good treatment, but it seems to help. The kit is decent but, not top of the line. I thought about moving the kit, since this room is big enough that I can try a few places. SO here's the question: Is there any general consensous on how kit placement in the room affects tone? ie: more reflections close to wall, better to be off center in the room, a lot of bass in the corner, or not a good idea? It's a fairly big kit and is a lot of work to move, which I'm sure will be met with some resistance, so generally speaking where is a good place to start? In a rooms like these, where have you guys had the best results? Of course I know it "all depends", and "just go try it" is the first response, but please TRY to give some insight. This is a project where I'm the Engineer AND the band mate so moving the kit around = -Fun for me/learning experience. -PITA/ Moaning and Groaning for them. Trying to avoid the latter as much as possible. Thanks.