Current Setup: Panasonic RPTV PX47WX49 Panasonic DVD RP-56 SONY VCR Outlaw 1050 Klipsch RC-3II Front Center Klipsch RF-3 Fronts Klipsch KSW-12 Subwoofer Klipsch RS-3 Surrounds Klipsch RC-3 Rear Center (currently not in use) Nintendo Gamecube SONY PS2 SEGA Dreamcast M$ XBOX I purchased the speakers all at once, and the SUB was the best match at the time to the set (both in my limited knowledge and price range). After moving into a house recently, I've been able to stretch the legs of the system (FINALLY) and I'm really finding the SUB lacking in accurate base, I've never been really felt one way or the other about the KSW12, but now, it's sounding very boomy/hollow. So...given my current setup AND the fact that I will for sure be upgrading to seperates (leaning towards the Outlaw 950/770 package) come next upgrade time, (and the fact that I just HAVE to upgrade something which SVS would it be? Current room is around 10w x 18w (ish), with two doorways on the same wall about 6 feet apart (one with door, closest to the Fronts). (also and suggestions for seperates would be great) Edited for more information Used primarliy for movies (60% Movies 30% Gaming and 10% TV). All types of movies (Action/Chick/Animated/Sci-Fi), wide range of music (Classical, Rap, Rock, Metal, you name it). Price is not really an issue (to an extent), but I'm sure that from my set-up you can tell that I usually follow the 'Best Bang for the Buck' model. No aesthetic resctrictions, no neighbors, two subs is an option, but not a must have at this time. Previous environment was wall to wall carpet, current is hardwood flooring. And the entire setup was re-calibrated (audio and visual) to adjust to the new surroundings. Ron - I'll take any coments, you ARE an SVS user right?