This is what I ended up with: Sub curve I never realized how good this sub could truly sound until I eq'd it with the BFD. I must admit that I would not have gotten anywhere without Sonnie Parker's BFD setup guide (or as I call it, the BFD bible). Now I have a good amount of rumble, my mains actually sound better not being obscured by the bloated bass and my wife no longer asks me to turn it down during a heavy bass scenes! We watched I,Robot last night and, man alive, does it have some good bass! Now I am going through all my dvd's to check out all the bass I missed the first time around. Can't wait to watch the LOTR trilogy again! Big thanks to Sonnie Parker for his excellent BFD guide(www.snapbug.ws/bfd.htm), Wayne P and Bruce K for all their posts, I must have read thousands of posts from them on how to use a BFD, and Tom at SVS for heading me towards the BFD. Now that I am done tweaking I can sit back and enjoy the films. But then again are we really ever done tweaking? Note: this is crossposted over at the Home Theater Spot.