After waiting over a month to get my Tiny Mighty only then to find out that the amp was defective, I have finally gotten around to giving it a good listen and can give my impressions of this true tiny mighty. At first I was a little disappointed in the sound. Previous to the DLS I was using a Sony SA-WM20. What I soon realized was that what I had been hearing from the Sony was boom, not bass. With the Sony the LFE was over emphasized. The DLS provides for more subtle effects that are in fact easier on the ear and far more pleasant to hear. My first test DVD was LOTR. The bass in the opening scene was absolutely awesome. The battle thudded and crashed with realism and the destruction of Sauron filled the room with a rumble that was felt in my chest more than it was heard. Next was a full length movie test of "Road To Perdition". I choose this for a couple of reasons. First, I wanted a DVD that had a great music score and second I wanted something that did not have overwhelming bass. I wanted to test it's overall sound quality without a lot of spectacular special effects. The music score of "Road" was wonderful. The bass notes were clean and full without a bloated feel that I got with my Sony. There were times with the Sony that the bass sounded harsh and really caused a lot of ear fatigue. I experienced none of that with the DLS. When there were some loud special effects like gunshots, the DLS reproduced them with a solid punch with none of the boomy sound that I would have heard with the Sony. When the scene with the elevated subway train played, it was so real sounding that it brought back memories of my childhood living in NYC. The sound of the train rushing by shook the room just like it did when I actually lived it in NYC. My last test was with "Apocalypse Now". The entire movie was reproduced with a warmth and richness that should not have come from a subwoofer that cost only $100. The helicopter blades had a solid "whump-whump-whump" and the "arc light" scene had a rumble of thunder as the B-52s laid down their ordinance that could "suck the air right out of your lungs". Overall I am more than pleased with the "Tiny Mighty", I am downright impressed. I find that I can play my DVDs at a volume level that I could not do before and still have good clean sound. In fact I now run my sub 5db hotter than I did before and my wife has not yet told me to turn it down. The DLS 10 is an amazing value and by all rights should cost three times what it does. I am sorry to see that it is no longer available, but I am sure that the folks at PE will provide us with a suitable replacement. As a final note I just want to say once again that the PE customer service is second to none. By the very fact that they have replaced my original defective sub amp without asking for the bad one back is the same as getting something for nothing. I have never run across any other vendor that would do that for me or anyone else. PE has my business for life.