Well, I like to think of myself as a decent enough guy when it comes to woodworking, and I'm currently saving my pennies to put together a nice 85L shiva. However, I have the opportunity to get some warmup while doing something nice for a friend (as a christmas present). I'm hoping you guys can help me out... My friend has a Kicker Comp C15-8 8ohm single voice coil 15" subwoofer with the following specs. (the only ones ive managed to find anywhere, I dont know if there's some im missing) QTS 0.446 QMS 12.745 QES 0.462 FS 19.30 VAS 301.3L Xmax 13mm (I believe thats one way could be wrong) He doesn't have too much WAF to contend with, though he does have his limits. I am contemplating the following (via WinISD Pro Alpha). 30"x30"x30" 3/4" MDF, with doubled MDF on the sub face, and bracing inside that gets me right around 13ft^3. 2 4" diam. ports at 13" length gets me tuned right about 18hz and pretty low airspeed in the port. Anyone a) see anything wrong with this design. b) think of a better way to go? This is probably going to be used 90% HT. Since my friend already has this Sub (he actually had 2 in a Iso config in a car but one went bad). I figure I can get away with a couple sheets of MDF, glue, tools, sweat, tears, and have a fairly decent sub for under $50 or so? Daffy Arthur King P.S. I was surprised (could be an Xmax mistake) that this sub actually modeled fairly decently for a car sub.