I am in the process of remodeling my basement into a home theater/home office area. The framing and electrical wiring are complete and I will soon be insulating and drywalling (after my building inspection). I have read a lot of posts regarding soundproofing and drop ceilings. I am using Armstrong Sahara Ceiling tiles. The packaging indicates they reduce sound transmission by 50%, but I still would like to insulate the ceiling. I am using JM ComforTherm insulation for the walls. I was considering attaching this insulation between the ceiling joists with my staple gun. Some people have mentioned just laying it on top of the tiles, but I would prefer having it out of the way if I access my wiring. I am also planning on wrapping some water pipes and ducts with insulation and using cable ties to keep the insulation secure. I don't need the room to be a soundproof "tomb" because our bedroom and my wife will be on the 2nd floor late at night. Would this be sufficient? I am concerned with tile vibration from bass, but I will wait and see if that is an issue after the ceiling is installed. Also, I am going to be caulking to avoid sound transfer around outlets, stud corners, etc. Any recommendations regarding what areas to caulk and what type of caulk to use? I have seen the Owens Corning Quiet Zone caulk, but is this really much better than normal DAP sealant caulk? Thanks for your help.