The FOH position for the theater I work at is right behind the last row of seats. I'm somewhat crammed in with various folding tables as my "desk." We are getting a new board which is even deeper than our current one, and I think I've finally got the boss's ear about getting me some more space. The wall behind me basically covers up about a 4-5 foot deep hollow concrete space with 3 or 4 concrete supports that are holding up the actual booth above. That booth is where the follow spots and the light board are, as well as a stage manager's booth. This booth is about 15 feet above the floor level where I am currently at. I would like the wall behind me knocked out and then that empty space treated and built up to give me an actual desk and a mixing area with some rackmounts, etc. I know this is alot, but the boss seems interested in what I have to say. My question is how will this affect what I hear. I feel like if enough space is cleared, it wont make a huge difference once the walls are treated. My only worry is low end audio getting trapped in there, but again, with a big enough space, I don't see this being a problem. If it was a problem, I guess we could put up some bass traps. Anyone have any thoughts on this? I will try to take some pictures when I'm up there tonight.