So I absolutely love my PC+ SVS. But I often end up loathing it at the same time. I'll make this short and sweet. This is what usually ends up happening. Here I am, watching Master and Commander, completely blown away by the bass I'm getting, and on the VERY last gunblast, the sub bottoms out. This makes me so paranoid that for the rest of the movie I'm forced to lower the volume, freak out, worry about the sub, etc.. pretty much everything besides concentrate on the movie. This usually happens at the start of a movie too. The thing that's especially aggravating is that different movies are mastered at different settings. There's no real "reference", no matter how many times you calibrate by a disc. I'm forced to guess how hard I can push the sub on each specific DVD, and again, it makes me paranoid to the point where I often can't enjoy it. If I bottom the sub out on a movie, the next time I watch that movie is spent fiddling with the receiver rather than simply watching it. It's just entirely too much work. The problem is, my ideal setting is usually about five decibels too loud for the sub to handle. Five lousy decibels. The only thing I can think of, short of playing with the phase dial (which has yet to make any difference to me), is to go out and buy a second PC+, which I'm sure SVS would love. And so would I. But damn they're expensive. I wish they'd put an inhibitor on them. I know the reasons why they don't, but still. This is happening so often that it's seriously irking me. Damn my large room. Anyone have similar experiences with their sub/SVS? Or any suggestions so I can sleep better at night?