I have a cape cod and my attic space needs some insulation (there really isn't any) and I'm considering blowing some insulation up there but there's a caveat. I 'drew' a picture w/ microsoft paint to help depict my dilemma.. in the 'attic' there is rolled insulation (the red line) on the attic side of the upstairs 'knee' walls. on the floor of the attic they installed 'sub flooring' to use as additional storage space. under the subflooring there is nothing but air, then the drywall from the lower level living space (see the 'box' on the top right side of my picture). the triangular portion of my attic needs some insulation. there is a ridge vent for the roof (above the upstairs living space) and there are soffit vents where the lower level walls meet the roof line behind the gutters. What i was considering doing was putting a hole in the attic subfloor near the soffit vent (to allow air to escape while filling the gap) and a hole near the upstairs knee wall (to use as the entry point for the cellulose).. my question is, the joists are only 2x8 so the max thickness of insulation that I can blow in there is 8".. will this be sufficient thickness to be effective ? Thanks for your help.