I'm getting ready to equalize my sub again since I've made some room changes. Now, I know most people recommend setting all speakers to small and let the sub handle all the lows, but after several trial runs with small/large/sub on/sub off settings, I find that the best sound (to me) is setting center and rears to 'small', setting fronts to 'large', and setting sub to 'on'. I use the excel sheet found on http://www.snapbug.ws/bfd.htm and the sine wave test tones to get a frequency response curve. It has been stated several times on this board to equalize the sub with the front speakers on, and I plan on doing just that. The test tones are burned onto a cd. This means that since the source is NOT 5.1, I must put the sound mode in either Pro Logic or stereo. The $20,000 question is this: Should I equalize the sub while my pre/pro is in Pro Logic mode or in stereo mode, both of which utilize the sub? There are considerable volume differences between the two modes. I do not know if the relative volume between the sub and mains changes between modes, so I was hoping some people have some insight with this. Thanks!