Here's a layout of my room: As you can see, it is rather odd shaped room, and not near ideal for an HT environment. Well I'm planning on adding a Buttkicker II and upgrading to an SVS sub (possibly dual-SVS) and I already I forsee problems with placement. As you can see, all my corners are already taken. I have heard however, from several audiophiles that corner-loaded subs produce boomy distorted bass. How true is this statement? What would you guys suggest I do (with 1 and/or Two SVS's)? If necessary I can clear out the right rear corner of my room for an SVS or two, or perhaps may push out my equipment rack to fit a single sub in the front right corner... if I get two, would I experience destructive interference if I place one on each side of my bed or 1 on each side of my computer desk? Also would it be a bad idea to keep my current sub (in it's current place) once I get the SVS('s)? Once again, will that lead to destructive interference? I doubt it would be even worth it as it's not very effective or nearly as effective as an SVS. I am however quite the bass-head... hence the necessity of the added buttkicker II to the system. I'm concerned however, that the BKII might be a waste of money. Will the tactile force of the BKII surpass that of the impact of an SVS? And if I get one, how should I set it up? You see, my bed consists of a mattress on top of a wooden platform with two hollow rectangular wooden supports on each end of the bed. I'm thinking I could vertically mount the BK on the underside of the platform. Will having it upside down hinder it's performance? Would the force be transfered to the room or will it be limited to just the bed? The room is carpeted, so should I be concerned? If you guys could help me out I'd greatly appreciate it. Any other furniture or speaker placement, or any other room setup suggestions would be welcomed as well!