I decided to get a BFD around new years and today I finally got a chance to set it up. Was on order for over 3 weeks, and the day I got it my receiver died. Finally got my receiver back yesterday and today was the first chance I had to try and set it up. A big thank you goes out to Anthony Gomez. Without his BFD Excel program I don't know if I ever would have gotten this thing setup. It gave a great starting point and let me see better what the changes I was making where doing. However, it's predictions weren't entirely accurate (maybe I was just using it wrong). Anyways here's a pic of a graph that shows my testing to decide what phase setting was best before I started to EQ (decided on 112). By the way, does anyone know how to get a log scale on the X-axis in Excel? http://dustin.bunnyhug.net/pics/forum/phase.JPG And here is the before and after the BFD responses. http://dustin.bunnyhug.net/pics/forum/bfd.JPG That response took about 4 hours of playing. I wasn't going to use Anthony's program, but after an hour of frustration, it was a life saver in getting a starting point from which to start fine tuning. Oh, and pay really close attention to the little Khz and hz light up labels. I had a chunk of frustration that came as a result of having the filter set way too high :b For those interested or who can make some suggestions to get me some better results, here are my current filter settings. I got tired of playing tonight, I don't think these are the best settings, but they are a lot better than no EQ. Frequency, Fine, Bandwidth, Gain 40, -2, 6, -7 32, 6, 10, -10 25, 0, 10, -4 20, 4, 6, -5 63, -3, 8, -6 And here are is the unEQed response in a CSV file format: http://dustin.bunnyhug.net/pics/forum/noEQ.csv I haven't listened to a lot yet, I'm gonna watch Fifth Element tonight and I'll listen to some more music tomorrow before I say any more about the difference. But there was a none to subtle difference in sound quality on my little bit of music listening done so far (Kodo Tataku and Diana Krall).