Hello...I've read a million posts and am still confused. 3 of my band regular gigs are on low one foot stages that are in the corners of rooms. The dance floor is right in front of the stage. Long bars are on the other side of each room drummer is center stage against back wall, guitar on hi-hat side, bass on ride side, sax/keys/vox guy in front. I'm bass, and I put my amp into the back corner, so that I have a wall to my side and behind me. Now, our QSC powered mains are up on stands offstage in front...no room onstage anyway. All three stages are kinda small, but the rooms are 300-450 capacity, high ceilings...old buildings with brick inner walls. Where should I put the subs? Against the wall, coupled, in front of me? Or in front of the guitar player, which would really put them in the center of the room because of the nature of the stage? Really can't center-cluster them. So: better coupled flat against the wall facing the crowd on my side of the stage in the front beside the left main box on the floor? Or: better coupled beside the front right main on the floor (looking at the stage) but against no walls? I'm new to owning a PA, obviously.