Question for you if I may: Is there a tradeoff between treating the ceiling and treating the floor? I could be wrong but my impression from what I've read and the many photos I've looked at is that in the pro studio space at least treatment of the ceiling is common and the floor (beyond carpeting) rare. Having treated the walls and ceiling I'm finding little audible difference so far when testing absorptive panels at the floor first reflection points. I'd appreciate your thoughts on this.In small room acoustics, you must treat the low frequency issues first and foremost. The fundamental low frequency issues produce harmonics that extend through the middle and higher range frequencies. If you treat the fundamentals, you minimize the impact at the middle and high frequencies. In a room this size and volume, you have major treatment issues starting at 33 Hz. and going through 225 Hz. Moving speakers around in a room this size and usage will not have the effect you desire. Treat the room fist and then set up within the treated room.