Wow! What are these panels? MG-12s with some Tymp bass panels?
I would think it would sound even better if you:
a) put the inner panels vertical like the others, and
b) separated the bass panels, so you can "arc" all 3 panels (to make them the same distance away from your ears - ie. time coherence).
The inner panels are Martin Logan Summits (woofers disconnected). The large panels are Magneplanar Tympani IV bass panels (modified). The bass panels "are time aligned" with the electrostatic elements. Imaging, coherence, and sound-staging are superb. I use Martin Logan Summits just for the electrostatic elements (no xover
between mids and highs) and this provides considerably better imaging than one gets with Magneplanar speakers.
This combination of speakers (both dipole) results in a very large sound-stage with depth, power, transient
response, ambience, low level detail, that one cannot get with the Magneplanars alone, including the top of the line. MG-20. I Also extend the bass response to below 1 hz with the Eminent Technology TRW-17 Rotary Subwoofer. The room is
completely treated with 36 ASC tube traps and other custom made acoustical devices that results in extremely well controlled bass and imaging that is awesome. Above the screen (center channel) is a Martin Logan Logos electrostatic
speaker as well. I also have (4) rear speakers and (4) side speakers that complete the array for surround sound (feels like one is actually in the hall where the recording was made. I have been an audiophile for over 50 years and this hybrid
speaker system is extremely realistic and accurate in producing a believable sound experience.