Dang! I'm too late for the vote!
Well, if I voted than it would have been the " A fair amount of speaker pointing at me" choice.
Anyway, here is a break down with my speaker set up...
The picture were taken a year ago, but my system haven't change much since... actually it hasn't change much at all for a couple of years now.
Room: 9'10" W x 17' L x 8' H with small closet behind listening chair.
Speaker type: DIY based on TQWT Single Driver 6" Fostex with Fostex horn tweeter as super tweeter.
Measured from the center of the woofer front they are...
29" from sidewall,
40" from back wall/wall behind speaker (or should it be front wall?
There are toed-in pretty pointing at me, I can see just a bit of the inside side of both speaker. The picture were taken just a bit behind about 1' of the backrest of my listening chair so you can't see a bit of the inside panel of the speakers.
I sit 11' from the center between the speaker. There are about 2'6" space left behind my listening chair.
Single Driver speaker like these are very sensitive to toe-in, just a 1* or 2* can make it or break it believe or not. Also, I distance between the back of the speakers can have big effect on the bass to lower-mid. With that I can adjust the over balance of the system with the distance from the back wall and toe-in.
They are probably pickier than most other type of speakers.
BTW... this room is also my bedroom, I sleep on a futon that can be roll away behind the listening chair. Also, I still have my photo enlarger so it can be my darkroom too if needed. Well, living in NYC where space is costly you just have to be creative with the use of tiny space you have