Just a suggestion to most people for what bass management might be useful. I noticed that the Outlaw ICBM and the Outlaw 950 have bass management of 40, 60, 80, 100 hz and higher crossover settings. Although this seems nice, it skips the most desirable frequencies. Now before you say I am nit-picking, here is what I mean: Most receivers have either a 100 hz or 80 hz crossover and many have said this is too high and they would prefer a lower crossover. Well giving you a 60hz and 40 hz crossover is not good enough. Most peoples front tower speakers, even the most ambitious and full range speakers, generally go down to around 30 or 40 hz. So using the rule that the crossover should be double the -3dB frequency of your front speakers, then I propose bass management utilize more settings between 50 and 80 hz, say a 50,55,60,65,70,and 75 hz set of crossover frequencies as options IN ADDITION to the the 40, 80 and 100 hz settings. See, we already have the 80 and 100 hz settings, so lets keep those, as they are useful for those who have small front speakers. But for those of us who want lower, we are not talking about 40 hz. Most of our front speakers don't go down to 20 hz, so 60hz is the only crossover point that is useful to someone who wants to go lower than 80hz. By filling in the gap between 40hz and 80 hz, you then have REAL flexibility. So settings at 5 or 10 hz increments between 40 and 80 hz would be all we would need.