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The whole point is OP is stating his opinions, and to me he did a good job because he backed up his claims with some others finding the same thing. That does not make him correct, but he is no wrong either.
I am looking myself for a $500-700 subwoofer, I have a room that should be very easy to fill with rumble. The room is 10' by 11' with 8' ceilings. The SB-1000 and PB-1000 are definitely on my short list, because the attributes the SVS possess as well as the reviews make them easy to go with in this budget.
I am between those and the HSU VTF-2 MK4, with the MK5 not too much more and maybe worth of consideration. Outlaw looks to be a good option as well but I think I cannot go far wrong with any of these.
I think people on AVS make too many snide comments and say things that upset others, often with childish potshots and the like following. Keep it civil, agree to disagree and quit flaming the OP for his use of caps....I did not realize science forums were for grade school kids? Because that is what a lot of this is starting to sound like tbh. If the OP thinks a $100 Yamaha subwoofer is the best he has ever heard in his life, so be it. He has a lot of valid points and I would go to say the case of the SVS PB-1000 does indeed make it a killer sub for that price.