Hey all, Just subscribed here to gain some help from the experts...you! I built out my home theater room about close to 2 years ago, and I spend quite some time piecing every component to fit my needs and listening/viewing preferences. I'm still improving it here and there to get the absolute best sound quality I can get, and have found that while my sub is ok, it's not as accurate and dynamic as I'd prefer. I would like to have the most accurate and ranged sub that I can get for less than $700. My room is not that large for a theater room, but I have acoustic panels set up and I try to keep it as minimal as possible to gain better acoustical performance. Also, the smaller the better. I've heard DT's subs in-store, and while they sound great, they couldn't keep up with their larger counterparts...so, if I must make due with a larger sub, I'd like to keep it as 'small' as possible. Here is a diagram I made of my theater room to give you a better idea of size and current placement. A little off-topic, I bought a couple of inexpensive Fluance bipolars for my rears and they have completely transformed my home theater experience...blu-ray concerts (I'm a concert junkie) sound so much more realistic to my ear now! LOVE IT~! Anyways, any help you can give me would be most appreciated! *The red panels in the diagram are acoustic panels from ATS Acoustics.