Saturday night, finished watching JP3, and was pleasantly surprised overall. I listened to the dts track right off the bat. But when I was fooling around with extras tonight, I figured I'd try the DD track for the heck of it. Well, blow me down! The LFE bass was louder! I thought: Oh no! Not another problem with JP dts soundtracks! A simple test with my trusty Radio Shack SPL meter set to fast response shows that dts5.1 LFE is 5-7dB LOWER than DD5.1. Just listen to rumbles in the opening logos for Universal, Amblin Ent., and JP3 Title. I also have the original JP1⓽ dts that are both 5-7dB bass deficient. Now that makes 3 JP movies with the same damn problem. Reading about the length of time people experience to get the re-pressed JP1 (D2R2 on spindle), I think I'm just going to hold on to all my JP DVDs and just adjust the LFE 7dB and let it rip. It is as easy as that. I need confirmation in the form of graphical charts from those who have the means to verify this. It is also noteworthy that some dts decoders behave different than others when handling dts and it's -10dB LFE bias. I have a Pioneer VSX-D608 dts Receiver fed by a Philips DVD-825AT DVD player, pumping sound into a Paradigm Mini Monitor x4, LCR-350 Center, and PW-2200 Sub.