I'm quickly coming to realize this is a comprimise no matter which way I slice it. I'm not here permanently so I'm not into investing in a mixroom.
What I'm after is the the value point where it makes some sense to invest some $$$ in treatments to get the most reasonably accurate listening environment for when I do mix in here.
I also know that some great records have been made and mixed outside of the conventional live-room/control-room setup. Ideal? No. Possible? Yes.