I was thinking about something... I managed to get my hands on a THX certified receiver. Since my room is small (2000 cubic feet), I have decided to go for the whole enchilada now (acoustical treatment, bass traps, polycilinders on the walls, the works). I know bass is unidirectional, but experience has taught me if the sub is firing on one corner, the sub vibration usually is felt a bit more on that side of your body, so it adds a bit to the localization. I don't want this to happen in my HT. Since I had considered bass boost from corner loading, I'll be changing my design from 2 to 4 subwoofers. I was thinking the following alternatives: 1) Place the 4 subs underneath the center channel, firing towards the viewer (4 12" C-V subs with approximately 300 watts of power - some 120 dB's at 30 Hz). 2) Place the 4 subs underneath the seating area. My design has a -5 dB response at 20 Hz without equalization. I don't think I'll be adding one in the near future. Do you think I can get away with no corner loading and still get a nice low-end response? Thanks for your opinions!