Okay, I'll play. It was tough to get an acceptable angle on my HT set-up:
Magnepan MMGWs in a phantom center pairing with MC-1s for mains (another set of MMGWs in the rear, stereo Martin Logan Dynamo subs. Krell Showcase into a McIntosh 7106 amp powering the set-up with Mac Mini on top, and a Cambridge universal disc player. The distortion is a bit severe because of the extreme wide angle lens. The room is about 9x16, and the TV is a 50" Panasonic plasma. Eventually, I'll paint the room a lighter color and get some traps in place but it sounds pretty good in its present "lively" condition. My main 2 channel setup won't fit well in single shot, but the 1.7s do:
That's a Van Alstine 550EXR in the center, flanked by an REL sub. The vinyl/digital rig and preamp are at one side of the room. My records line the other side of the room, as yet unpacked or stowed. The liquor cabinet, however, is unpacked. No treatments yet, but as with the HT set-up it's not bad live right now. Speakers are about 4' from the sidewalls, and about 5-6' from the rear wall. It's a fairly long room.
As you can see, I like the classic Maggie look, so I paid the upcharge for the off-white socks and wood frame. With the walls painted about the same color, these monoliths tend to disappear in all senses of the word. I want to do the same thing, color-wise, with walls in the HT setup. There's a nice hardwood floor under the living room same as the den, so once I start budgeting for traps I'll be getting rid of the peach pepto-bismol carpet.