Hi all, Well, for the last week or so I've been listening to this sub. As I'm sure you know it's a seriously expensive bit of kit; the retail price is approaching £2k or more. Like all PMC's, the enclosure is transmission line based, with a pair of 6" drivers driven by a Bryston amp. The spec sheet suggests a performance down to a respectable 22Hz at -3dB. Independent reviews have suggested that it doesn't really plummet to these depths, so I was interested to find out... Luckily I didn't have to spend my own money. Initial listening is surprising. It packs a serious punch given the size of the drivers and enclosure, and it never fails to raise a smile when you hear it being given a leathering. It's a very musical sub, with little overhang or ringing - given it's design and main purpose for studio monitoring it succeeds. However, for film and movies? Nope - I couldn't recommend it. The tactile sensation is missing. I've not measured it's response in my office yet, if I get chance next week I'll hook up REW and see what it's kicking out. So - value for money? Not a chance. It's a brilliant sub for music, but not at the asking price. I doubt it makes financial sense given the performance even going for a second hand unit. That's a bitter pill for me to swallow. I'll happily put my hand up as being a PMC fan boy, but even I'd be hard pushed to hand over my hard earned for this one.