An out of state friend is expecting the arrival of PSB 6T speakers in the next day or two. I am one of the believers in setting all speakers to 'Small' when the sub you are using is up to the task. But... He is using a Hsu VTF-2 in a HUGE, open layout room, which I'll guess is at least 10,000 cubic ft. Right now, surprisingly, the VTF-2 does the job somewhat well. If you are not familiar, the PSB 6T's have 3 6.5" woofs that do an admirable job of outputting bass. So the 6T's, combined with his Rotel 1065 receiver(120wpc) will be able to crank it out. I am thinking that maybe relieving the sub of its front channel bass duties might be the better option now, because of the sheer square footage of the room. I am familiar with the 6T- Rotel combo, and it will pound it out. So... With ample real wattage, and a 93db sensitive speaker with -3db point of 32Hz, would it make sense to leave the L/R bass to the speakers and just the LFE and surround bass to the sub? BTW, he uses the system 60% music, 40% HT. And he likes it loud. If he lived anywhere near me, I'd have my ears and all test discs and sound meter to check out what's best, but that's not possible. Any thoughts/experiences appreciated. Thanks.