Sorry for bringing up the B word again, but my friend is hell-bent on getting a Lifestyle HTIB because of Bose's new ADAPTiQ calibration system. Here's the official page about it: http://www.bose.com/popup/tech_detai..._iq_page1.html Sound & Vision has a feature on it, but it's just a glorified press release (of course) with no description of how it actually works -- no specs, no graphs, nuthin'. Anyway, I can't find a link to it on their Web site. I'm trying to convince my buddy that proper room EQ is a very tricky, painstaking process and nowhere near as simple as Bose pretends it is, but I'm not getting through to him. One thing I tried is to show him an article in his own issue of S&V about Infinity's RABOS and point out how detailed and complicated the process is, but this didn't work; he said, in effect: "Well, Bose obviously does it better than Infinity does." Needless to say, he doesn't even believe that Bose stuff sounds inferior to other speakers with a comparable price. What can I tell him to convince him to put his money into better stuff? He seems to think this calibration thing is the cat's meow, so I think that's where I'll try to attack. If any of you can make an educated guess as to why something as simple as ADAPTiQ couldn't possibly work properly from a technical standpoint, I'd be most grateful. I'd appreciate any ammo you can provide.