My little home studio (built in half of my garage--very nicely sound-proofed) has a low ceiling. It's not even quite 8'. I sit at my desk currently and my nearfields are head-height, I've got the room treated for the way it is now with Auralex panels, bass traps, etc.--the usual stuff. A very good (i.e. dead) - sounding little space actually. Been working in here for 10 years. Thing is, I want to try making my setup a standing up rig. I'm sick of going in there every day and plonking my butt down for the duration--would rather stand most of time (there's a variety of adjustable chair/stool options for when I'll want to sit if I do this). Unfortunately, this would put my monitors up less than 3' from the ceiling to get them at head-height(I work with nearfields and a sub at all times, BTW). Do you studio acoustics experts think with some treatment on the ceiling directly above it could be OK, or is that just gonna be weird no matter how I try and tackle the potential reflections from up above?