I was reading the " What Kind Of Car Subwoofer Setup Do You Have?" and it mentioned the SVS as a car subwoofer, which got me thinking about getting a car subwoofer. Given that there are a number of "old" SVS drivers that people are trading in for the "new" SVS drivers, I was thinking that might a cost-effective way to get a nice driver and have a bit of money to get an enclosure & some cheap amp to go with it. I read about someone doing something like this, but I can't find the post again, so I thought to just ask. My question is: Is this even feasible to get old-SVS Driver/enclosure/amp for $200? (I've never dealt with a car sub, building enclosures, etc, etc...) Anyone upgrading to the new svs driver want to sell me their old svs driver if my idea isn't a crazy one? Josh.