This happens all the time. Tora Tora Tora was on FMC a few weeks ago. Yeah, I watched it pretty loud. Mom's over at the computer, "Turn that down". I'm like, "NO!". Some movies are meant to be played at a high level. I only have a Pro Logic sound systems. It ain't too bad. I did rent Pearl Harbor on DVD. Nobody asked me to turn down the volume, so I kept clicking it up a notch once and a while. My passive bass reflector was dancing all over the place during the battles. It was pretty cool. Almost saw the airplanes flying in the middle of the living room. It sounded so real, even on a Pro Logic surround system. I could almost see the air planes flying from the back of the living room to the front. Anyway. During movies I watch, some people, like Mom, or my brother, tell me to turn it down. Then my dad's like, "KC? Turn it down." I'm like, "Well, Jesus Chr.." I love playing movies at a reasonable level that makes it more lifelike. But I don't like it when people ask me to turn it down. When I turn it down, it's harder to hear. I turn it up enough so I can hear the quieter parts like dialog. But when the action starts hitting with all the loud booms and the music and stuff, don't ask me to turn it down, because I won't. Just have to turn it back up again when the dialog comes back. I noticed with Power DVD, since I use my computer and Geforce TV OUT as a DVD player anyway, that the volume sort of adjusts itself. So I can turn it up to a good level and not have to touch the volume again except to turn it up just a bit once and a while.