Desktop speaker placement - difficult situation

I do most of my listening while working on my computer, and I'd really like to optimize this setup. I've got a big monitor (30") and the desk is in a corner. See image: for speakers I'm using Krix Equinox, and I'm thinking of trying some Mirage OMD-5s. I haven't experimented too much, but I have a hunch that having the speakers at an angled wall like this isn't ideal. Does anyone have any thoughts on how I might alter speaker placement, or maybe alter the acoustics of the space?
Contrary to what you think, I would think the corner placement was ideal, especially if in a smaller room. I could be wrong. Certainly lots of people use this as a runaround for dealing with room/reflection issues. I've been using small Ohm omnidirectional speakers (Walsh Mini) for my office system and find that much better for creating a soundstage and disappearing speakers, than when using mini-monitor speakers (where that effect was limited to a more narrow sweet spot). So your Mirage should be capable of similar effects...yes? I'm against a flat wall in the middle of a smallish space...I have not tried corner placement because it is not possible in my space.
Have you heard the Mirages? If so, how would you say they compare to the Ohms?
No I have not heard the Mirages so cannot compare. My only reason for suggesting they may be similar was that they are omnidirectional like the Ohm's. Other than that, I have no idea how they compare. I love the Ohm Minis though. Great speakers for nearfield. My friend has the larger version of the same speaker and they sound great as well in his living room.
Are they the MicroWalsh? I don't see the Mini Walsh on the Ohm site.