Notice I didn't say "review?" Those expecting full RTA measurements done with a $12,000 OmniAudioScope 5200A will be sorely disappointed. Yeah, I thought about posting my seat-of-the-pants analysis done with the same two dozen movies that everyone else has done the same thing with and I thought better of it. How many times can you say "The Depth Charged scene from U571 dislodged a filling in my tooth and broke my neighbors' window!!!!" before it gets a bit tedious? Righto. We all know what this thing can do. I've had my PB2-Plus up and running now for about four months now. Due to my living in an apartment, I've only had it cranked to what I feel was about 3/4's of top volume twice. And yes, the neighbors complained both times. The three scenes I risked eviction for were of course, The Depth Charged Scene, The Pod Race and the scene from the DTS version of The Haunting where the invisible thing is running down the hall after her...I think it's called "Knocking" or something like that...you guys know what scene I'm talking about, I'm sure. I just sat on my couch and drooled. I was in awe at the sheer volume and depth of the bass. I could FEEL it more than I could hear it. The sound waves ruffled my shirt and pants from across the room..about 11 feet away. The pressurization of the room was wild...It was as close to having sex as you can get with your clothes on. Short of a thunderclap going off very close by and the detonation of HE Explosives used for mining and debris clearing, I've never felt anything like that before. This fine piece of equipment sounds incredible at any volume, with any movie or any type of music, and blends in very well at 80Hz with my Axiom M22Ti mains. Oh, I have two ports blocked (16Hz tune) and have the subsonic filter set to 16Hz. No monkeying around with running no subsonic for me; this thing cost too much to mess around! The sub's crossover is disabled and the crossover on my receiver is set to 80Hz. Not the best pic in the world, but here it is in the corner, next to one the M22s. BTW, it is 5 inches from the side wall and 6 inches from the rear wall. I am VERY happy with it and would recommend it to anyone in a heartbeat. Sure, it costs a little, but you get what you pay for when it comes to HT Gear! I had a Cerwin-Vega LW-15 before purchasing the SVS...I can't compare them b/c it just wouldn't be fair. The CV is a Yugo and the SVS is a Porsche. That's the best way I can put it. A couple of final notes: I know there are a few apartment dwellers here besides myself. Just for reference's sake, I usually watch movies at -10db level on my Denon 3803; yes, I'm calibrated to 85db using Avia. Once it passes about 9:00PM, I'll drop the volume to about -15db, just to keep the peace. Finally, I know there's no such thing as an OmniAudioScope 5200A. But it sounded really good, no?