So, I may post this over on AVS forum, but I figured I'd give it a shot here first and see if you guys are interested. Since I transferred schools I've been living at my parents place, and been staying in the old master bedroom. Before the details, I basically decided I wanted to remodel the room since it is from the 60's, and once I got started I decided to turn it into a hybrid bedroom/theater. There's a lot of progress already made, so this first post will start from demolition to the present state, and I'll make updates as they happen. On to the details. The room started about 16x20. On the short wall there was a medium-sized full-bath and a tiny office area that shared a wall with the bathroom. This left about 12x16 for the bedroom area. I decided to completely knock out both the original bathroom and office area, and create a smaller (~6x8) bathroom in one corner. This allows for a 10x8 alcove along with the main space of 12x16. Ok, the fun stuff. I went a little crazy and decided I wanted a double-stud wall with double-insulation, one layer of soundboard, and resilient channeling. In theory, this should lead to an STC (sound transmission class) of ~60, which is defined as "Superior soundproofing; most sounds inaudible". Now, I'm sure mine isn't that good, but it's pretty damn good. Equipment: Screen: DIY 96" fixed-frame w/blackout cloth Projector: Optoma HD70 Source: NAD T534 DVD Player Amp: NAD C352 Integrated Amplifier Front Stage: NHT SB3 Sub: NHT SW10ii For now I'm not going to run a rear stage. To be honest I don't watch enough movies that utilize a rear stage for it to matter enough, and I've never been left unsatisfied by my setup thus far. Ok, the reason people actually read these threads... Pics: Early demolition, you can sort of see what the room looked like before (my brother painted the walls black before I moved back home lol). Oh, and I forgot to mention the door opening to one of the hallways was sealed off. Starting the double-wall: New adjustable depth electrical boxes to allow for the layer of soundboard + resilient channel: Here you can see the soundboard up and caulked, plus some of the resilient channel going up: Yay, drywall is going up finally: "Media box". Shows nice fully-jacketed component cable (about 3/4" thick) from canare, plus speaker wire, ethernet, and coax. Speaker outlet on the opposite wall so no cables are seen (equipment rack will be on the wall opposite these speaker cables). There are also 2 RG59 cables here. One is for the subwoofer, and another is for future use. Both are "jumpered" to the media box on the opposite wall: Projector location (about an 11' throw), with component cable run in the orange conduit: All the ceiling drywall is now up and taped except for the projector location because we are waiting for the mount to arrive. I'll update later with those pictures. Let me know any comments/suggestions/questions you have.