Lmao. Easy now as I was proud of each .5db my installer could gain on my dash in the comp setup I had back in the day. I spent more money on that setup than my home theater audio sadly lmao. Broken windshields and hair tricks back in late 90's were rather impressive to say the least though. I didn't have any LCDs and DVDs cause they used too much precious power that was needed for more dbs. Another sad thing is I still have all the amps, mids, highs, processing, altinators, and power supplies so get tempted to see what could do with today's high excursion drivers. The truck doesn't run well enough to go out of town but still tempting as it looks good and wouldn't cost anything more than the drivers and new interior.
Too bad I can't sit in a window seal in my theater! Might just have to cut a hole a put one in for mic placement though! Sadly it would probably be easier to tame than my LP was. It's not as good as your previous rew sweep but pretty close.