Just did the big upgrade from a JVC 100 watt D1000 Sub, to a Paradigm PW2200. Wow what a difference. I had auditioned a Mirage S12 (new) and a Paradigm PS1200. The Mirage was definitely better than the PS1000, But I had to spend the extra $60 and go for the PW series. I left it playing AC/DC for about 4 hrs, and then got it placed and set up. I'm not sure if it's past it's break in period yet, but if it isn't then I can't even imagine how good it's going to sound in the next week or so. I don't even have the volume up 1/3 and my setting on my RX-V2400 was -10 to get it calibrated at 75 db, the same as my other 7 speakers. It is unbelievable what I was missing with my puny sub. I thought my system sounded pretty good, but now it sounds awesome. If anybody has any experience setting up the PW2200, I would appreciate any tips. Right now I have it beside my Sinclair SA285 towers which is kind of in a corner, but I have it angled into the room at the same toe in that I have my towers at. I have my AS-B1 Athena bookshelves as my surrounds on speaker mounts close to the ceiling, but flipped around with the tweeters at the bottom. Then I have my second set of Sinclair Audio SA285's in the back corners angled towards my sweetspot. When I am watching movies these are my back surrounds, but when I am listening to hi-rez music thru my multi-channel inputs my Sinclairs are my surround left & rights. This seems to work pretty good. If anybody has any ideas or suggestions I am always ready for some constructive criticism. Also if anybody else has tried running their speakers this way, I would like to hear what they think of it.