I've been thinking about it for a while now, but Sunday, I finally decided to do it. I've thought that it's pretty ridiculous for me to have two couches in my apartment, since I only ever need one. I can't remember the last time I ever had more than 2 other people in my place at once. So, the BIG couch received a death sentence, and the little couch and my grandfather's recliner are now the seating options for the room.
The problem now is that I have a large couch standing on end to make room for all the movement and shifting. So I have to come up with a way to get it out. Usually, moving something of that size requires the help of my landlord, and a special trap door they had built to move really large things out of the staircase.
Pop's chair is now in the back corner by the window, and the smaller couch is against the back wall. The TV remains where it is, and the DVD racks have moved to the side wall where the little couch USED to be.
I still have lots of work on the entertainment center/PC area, and I'm still debating mounting my TV on the wall, but it's definitely a huge improvement. I guess I underestimated how much space I wanted out of that room, and have adapted to it, until I realized I didn't have to.
Now, if I could just figure out the best way to get a couch moved...