The Outlaw 950 is late. So I'm looking at alternatives. The Yamaha RX-V1300 has everything I want, accept for good bass management. (Have also looked at the Denon 3802, H/K 520, Onkyo 797...) So would the following work? Use the ICBM on the "pre out" outputs from the receiver before the power amps? The ICBM does support 6.1, I just saw from the literature (cool!). Then I'd set the receiver config for my speakers as all large, subwoofer yes. (So the receiver would still send the DD/DTS LFE signal to the sub, but the ICBM would route all crossed over bass to the sub too.) I think all that would work. Here's where I get confused. 1) If I do properly set the distances/delays to all the speakers, how will the ICBM handle that? There will be phase differences around, right? (But I can separately adjust the phase between the mains and the sub anyway.) 1a) One solution here might be to set the mains as large and everything else as small, so all the bass gets crossed over and time aligned to the mains, and then I send to the ICBM which better bass manages. But then I lose the ability to set different crossovers for each set of speakers. (Yamaha has fixed 90 Hz, but I really need to use 120 Hz for my center, but 60 or 80 for my mains.) 2) The best way might be to set all those distances the same, all speakers as large, but then I lose "time coherency" within my system. Any help would be appreciated... Thanks!