I recently uncovered the subject of IB subs, and am intrigued by all the gushing press on the quality of the sound, as well as the neatness of the packaging. The only way this would work for me would be to use the "enclosed" furnace room. The back 7 feet of my basement is walled-off and unfinished to enclose the furnace, water heater, and provide shelving for storage. This room has about 1100 cu ft of volume, minus that taken up by the applicances, shelves, and other goods. Being a furnace room, I have vents installed at the top and bottom of the wall making the furnace room enclosure to provide combustion air to the gas appliances. Would this wall work for an IB installation? Since the room isn't airtight, due to the vents, doorway (which can be closed), and airgaps at the top and bottom of the wall, this means the front and rear of the drivers can't be completely isolated. Is this a deal breaker, or is this a minor non-perfection? What details should I pay attention to in order to maximize the performance of the sub? Thanks!