I would build as big a room as possible within your dimension/costs limitation...rectangle will be fine, if you can't afford otherwise. Worry about tuning it afterwards, there are so many great resources for tuning a room out there.....pre-made bass traps, diffusion panels http://tinyurl.com/rddzo http://tinyurl.com/r63rw With a limited budget, consider the least expensive biggest rectangle you can afford, with space for a small control room, if possible, and then drop some dough on acoustic treatment. My .02. best, Jeff Jeff Kaiser http://www.JeffKaiser.com pfMENTUM.com • AngryVegan.com On Oct 8, 2006, at 3:07 PM, tEd ® kiLLiAn wrote: > Essentially these kits can be had in almost any RECTANGULAR > configuration. Part of the problem is those doggone PARALLEL WALLS of > a rectangle. Acoustically it would be best to avoid all symmetry > and/or parallel surfaces to avoid any problem frequencies. > Unfortunately I gotta use a rectangle of some sort. What's gonna work > best and suit as a studio with that as a given?