Hi, Let me start saying that... I live in a studio and had some complaints because of the bass so a high output subwoofer isn't a option for me. I was using a Pinnacle Digital Sub 600 (Amplifier died) isobaric configuration with 2 12-in drivers and 350w watts continuous power. I'm planning to make a small sealed subwoofer using the Dayton Titanic MKll 10" driver, Rythmik Audio 350 amplifier and 3/4" MDF for the enclosure . The sub will be used for 80% Music and 20% Movies. I really prefer the sub to sound better for music and at least have a *good* bass to watch movies. I don't want to make it big and my ideal external dimensions are: 13"w x 13"d x 14"h . It will be placed on a corner - room is 16'd x 13'w. Here's some questions: 1) Should I make it with Q=.6 or Q=.7 ? 2) Is there any other 10" driver to consider? 2) Which kind of glue should I use for the MDF? 3) Do I need to brace it? If yes can someone give me suggestions. 4) Stuffing ??? Any opinions/suggestions will be appreciated.