Hi all, My company is a preferred vendor at a venue that has a very large, enclosed atrium. I've attached a picture of the space. Quick backstory: The best way to describe our company is a blend of entertainment and production. We have staging, tvs, video production gear, photo novelties, event lighting, DJs, etc...enough gear to do one or two of these larger events at a time. Our clients tend to be those that want a one stop shop where they have one point of contact to handle all of these services. When we encounter a situation that is outside of our scope/inventory, we'll refer them or sub out the work in the area we need help. That being said, we want to develop our sound reinforcement capabilities at this particular venue. Our current speaker inventory (that's relevant) consists of QSC K12s and KW181s as well as some FBT cabinets. Here's the situation: We have an event coming up where it's critical to the client that we have good audio distribution for the talking heads (last year's company did a poor job). I've attached our attempt at one Ease Focus drawing that would utilize our QSC K12s in the center area of the atrium where all of the tables will be for the benefit. We would use a digital mixer to put the necessary delays on the system. Is this a bad approach? We also have been evaluating a line array from FBT (the Muse series) and have created some Ease mockups of what that would look like. Disclaimer: I've read some forum posts that bash "cheap" line arrays. I'll preface that by saying our clients do not produce riders that require premium systems, nor do they have the budgets to support that. Thank you for your time!