To the left is the front door hallway (entrance) and this wall is about 10 feet. You can see a lot of open area in front. This is the big living room.
(Head-fi messed up the rotation again) This is the dining room wall. This room is the other main display room. It's attached to the living room and this is part of the longest wall (I'd say 25 feet-ish). Small wooden table if anyone needs it, or it can be moved into the kitchen for drinks or something.
This is the office. To the right is actually more desk space attached to the walls. It's disconnected from the rest of the show space and it's more of a back up space. It could also be the 'quiet room' if you guys want that. (Oh, and the junk on the desk is gone :D )
Total (not including the office space) we've got about 40' of table-able space. The office actually seems to be on the strongest circuit in the house so we can run some cables into the main space from there and set up equipment in there. We'll run some from the master bedroom (which will be closed for the meet) and the rest should be okay on the main room's circuit. If we start to feel worried about it we can use the kitchen and patio power (as that space will be for snacks and nothing will be plugged in there).
I swept, mopped, vacuumed, clorox-ed, and moved a ton of furniture last night. I'm a little disappointed I couldn't trash the entertainment center and get it out of there because it takes up a whole wall, but it's just too heavy to moved without taking a sledge hammer to. I think we'll have enough room though, and if need be people can set up some equipment on the shelves of the entertainment center. The fireplace also takes up a few feet, but someone can set up in front of that and still not sit in the middle of the room.
EDIT: I'll have an 8 outlet conditioner I'll be using about half of so people are welcome to piggy back that. I'll also have an extra 8 outlet conditioner I'll be bringing that anyone else can use. I'd actually like to sell off one of them if anyone if interested. They've both helped me through a few nasty surges with no problems.
Edited by MorbidToaster - 3/7/12 at 9:47am