I think the main question for you is, given the size of your room, what is the best placement/toe in? Perhaps Clayton can answer you, but it may be best to experiment. In my room (and according to Clayton's speaker placement guide on one of the websites) I ended up toeing them in a fair amount. I used a cheap laser pointer that had a flat edge that would make solid contact with the speaker edge and putting tape on the wall behind me, was able to adjust more easily without guessing.
The more room you can give them the better, and with toe in focus on imaging, good luck!