I just purchased and received my new system as follows: Denon AVR-3802 (I've had this for a while) Paradigm Studio 100 v3 Paradigm Studio CC-570 v3 SVS PB12/Plus 2 I am quite excited about the setup... at first they looked like a bit of an eyesoar (compared to my old piddly looking system). But I am starting to like them more and more, the more I look and especially hear them! I have a couple of questions on setup. I have the front and centre speakers in "small" configuration. The Denon receiver has crossover settings of 80Hz, 100Hz, 120Hz. If I understand correctly, if my speakers were not capable of producing lows lower than one of the above 3 frequencies, I would set the crossover at the frequency above it, so as to send those frequencies to the sub. But seeing as the Paradigms are clearly able to play lows below 80Hz, I could set my crossover frequency at either 80, 100 or 120, correct? If so, would it not be best to set the crossover frequency as high as possible to as to send as much of the lows as possible to the SVS subwoofer? If the above is true, then would I be better off taking all the port filters off and expose all 3 ports (low of 24Hz, vs keeping 2 port filters in for a low if 16Hz?) Lastly, I read that the SVS does not require any break-in. Does the same hold true for the Paradigms? I have been playing all the speakers for a few hours on end, with "gentle" lounge music at about -45 on my receiver, gradually increasing the volume to about -35 over a 24 hour period. Any advice is appreciated. I am sorry if some of those questions were stupid. I have been reading a lot and trying to learn.