Anyway, on to my question. I want to run REW through my Denon receiver and play around with the EQ on each of the three SVS subs. I haven't run Audyssey since I put the new subs in, so it is due, but what comes first, the chicken or the egg? Do I go into my receiver and zero out all the level settings for all of the speakers and THEN run REW so I get a TRUE graph of what is going on? Then when I get what looks good for the subs' frequency responses (on paper) do I then run Audyssey? Or should I run Audyssey first and use the equalizers in those three subs to smooth out anything that Audyssey didn't get quite right? I have already saved the parameter settings from the receiver just in case I screw things up so badly that I have to fall back to that.