Hey guys, I could really use some advice! I don't have a big budget in the way of home theater subs, but I would like to get the best bang for my buck. I'd like to be at around $200-$250 unless a couple dollar more would get me a much better sub. I am looking for something that sounds great with movies, but at the same time will pound good for loud volume music. I've already blown two subs (actually the amps) because I guess they were just turned up too loud while listening to music. The first was a 12" Jensen JS1000, the second I killed was my 10" Onkyo SKW-570 that came with my Onkyo HT-5200 7.1 surround sound system. I plan on using my HT-5200 system with this new sub, but might buy some better speakers later down the road. Right now, I'd really just like a sub that won't blow up on me after a year! If its a better bang for the buck, I am perfectly capable of building a sub from plans. Also, the room size is 15x20 I read some good things about the Dayton SUB-120 for $205 shipped I was also looking at the Infinity PS212, but the $300 price tag is a bit much for me. Would two $100 Polk 10" subs be better than one $200ish 12" sub? What do you guys suggest I do?? Thanks guys!!