WOW, sounds like you are putting in some OT and hopefully some extra bucks in your pocket !
I gave Godzilla BD a spin late Sunday evening, a rental from RedBox. I thought the bass was plentiful throughout the entire movie and some of it pretty deep ! Now I'll admit to turning the master volume up higher on my avr.
You are right not good as Cloverfield in terms of deep extension, but I did feel plenty and it did give my subs a good work out.
The bass was pretty darn good IMO and I was not disappointed in the least !
The odd thing was when Godzilla was walking around the bass was not as deep as it was with the other Monsters.
I agree there should have been more brawling with more deep extension bass. I'm going to snatch a BD on the cheap and it to my collection as it was not a bad movie overall IMO .
I also tried to watch X-Men: Days of Future Past
, but could not hang. Yep, you guessed it I kept dosing off.
I purchased the BD and so I will give it another try later. From what I recall the movie was a little slow and or started that way. To be honest I will need to give it another spin as there was some low bass moments, but nothing like X-Men First class .
I have also found an electrical issue that appeared out of nowhere in my HT room. Our house was built in 2001 and so I never would have guessed that it would have an issue like this !!
When the HVAC turns on it creates a hum/buzz sound in one of the subs !!
Could be a ground loop issue ? I'm going to try a ground loop isolator before calling out an electrician to see if that resolves the issue. Right now I have all of the subs turned off and not set to the auto on feature.