I saw this article yesterday in Sound & Vision magazine but didn't finish reading it - to me the concept just sounded like waaaaaaay overkill. Though to give them credit, in their example they were using "mini" subs. Anybody have thoughts on this? FYI: anyone who regularly reads my posts knows I'm kind of a take-it-or-leave it guy as far as subs are concerned, so I won't comment anymore on this - I'll just be a lurker because I'm still quite interested in the physics of this situation. BTW: one thing I (think I) finally realized about home theaters after seeing this article & reading posts here and elsewhere for years: * there are people who literally want a theater in their home i.e. a dedicated room & system used *only* for that purpose * there are people who like having a home theater system in their living room so they can better experience their movies & TV shows and maybe their music too (I'm in this group). I'm not complaining, judging etc, but am just stating what I think might affect a person's HT priorities.