Well I finally have my two PB2-Plus subs!! For those of you that may remember, I started the following post on the 19th November (the day I placed the order): http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=103444 They were delivered 9th January - 10 days shy of two months! The delay was apparrently due to SVS moving to bigger/better premises and their 240volt testing equipment not working properly. They weren't prepared to send the subs without the testing they carry out. As frustrating as it was, I am happy they took this approach. To have to return these monsters would not be cheap or easy. I live in a 'No through' road which is only one vehicle wide most of the time as cars are parked on one side. So the delivery guy from Bax Global turned up in an 18 tonne truck. He had two deliveries -mine and then a smaller one to British Aerospace!! When I met him, he said that it would be handy if I had a fork lift as he had no lifting tailgate! He wasn't entirely happy, but I got him to help me lower them off his truck (from not much under 5') and carry them to my house (about 100 metres from where he parked)! The moral here is, make sure you have the ability (strength, friends etc.) to receive these subs as Bax are not responsible for getting them off there truck. You have to supply the means to do this, though I think you may be able to ask for a smaller vehicl and/or tail lift. I thought it maybe interesting/useful to put some pictures of the unpacking and try and give an idea of size. I'll try and get round to it soon. So how do they sound? Well I set mine up using my amp's set-up facility which uses a microphone to do this. With experiment I now have the subs at a little over quarter volume for DVD played at reasonable volume. At lower volumes I change the volume to about a third. The sound is incredible (all relative, I know) but I have acheived what I was after (read the thread from the 19th November). They blow the socks of the Paradigm but to be fair, these are bigger in every way than the Servo 15. I know that if I could have got hold of another Servo 15 then I would not have made this purchase. In my best guess, I would say that one of these PB2-Plus would not be far off the capabilties of two Servo 15s. Two of these PB2-Plus is a different story. As I experienced at Event II in the PJ Demo Room, I now have effect of immense sub power (they can physically vibrate the sofa I'm on and you can detect the pressure changes) but without harsh volume. the effect is awsome. As an example, the scene in Star Wars - AOTC at the beginning where the spaceship comes in to land on the landing pad. The camera shows the ship flying over you head (as if you were on the landing pad), well as this happens I get serious amounts sub, vibrating me!! and actually detect differing air pressure which only goes to give the immersive feeling of actually being on that landing pad. It has to be experienced. Well enough waffle for now. I'll try and add some more pictures.