This is my first post here, but I've read a LOT of posts over the past week or so and am very glad I found this place. Anyway, I recently decided to get my first HT setup and have already purchased a HK 325-Z for the receiver and Fluance SX-HTBs for the speakers. I'm in college and it looked like Fluance was a good option for a lot of speakers for the money. (A guy down the hall got the AV-HTB set based on a suggestion from me, and I was pretty impressed). This is actually move-out week for us, and I'm not going to have much access to the internet over the summer, so I was hoping I could get one last bit of advice before I left. My dorm room is about oh... 15'x12' with 9' ceilings. I plan to use it for 50/50 music/movies. Right now I've been using a set of Logitech z-560 computer speakers, that have a 188watt rms 8" sub. The guy down the hall with the other fluance set has a 250 watt 12" JBL sub. The JBL is much to powerful for my taste when he turns it up, but I don't think he's even tried to calibrate it or anything. I'm looking for a sub that has nice performance for the money, but isn't going to get me on the housefellow's bad side. My budget is probably going to be under $250, and I'm wondering if I'd be making a poor decision getting the $120-ish dayton 10" sub for the room. I've heard great things about it here, and I'm excited to try it out. I figured if I wanted more bass in the future, I could add a second one. Would I be better off getting maybe a sony wm-40 if I could find it? VX-10? Other good options? What about 2 daytons? How would that compare to a single $250 sub? I'm looking for good sounding bass, not necessarily the loudest I can get. Sorry this post is so long, I guess I rambled quite a bit, thanks ahead of time for any help you guys can give me.