I am currently in the process of fine tuning my room which is 10wx25Lx10H. I have GIK bass traps in all 4 corners and GIK absorption panels at first reflection. I have also treated the room with Synergistic research HFT's and a FEQ. I have noticed that on certain recordings, the high end is a little bright. My dealer has also noted that the room was a little "hot". I was thinking of adding clouds to help with this. The sound is otherwise awesome. My floor is wood with a large rug covering 85% of the area. So now the problem. The likely area of first reflection is occupied by a fan. I am making two 4X6 ft clouds using Owen Corning 703 fiber panels. Will they be helpful if placed just in front of the fan and just behind the first reflection point? This will place one in the front third above the amps, and one over the listening position in the back third. Or is this just wishful thinking and a waste of time?