2. Dynamic EQ - I must check but I believe it was ON - Should it be OFF?
It's kind of a matter of preference, but most prefer it on. Play around with the "Reference Offset" until you get a mix of bass and surround that sounds good to you. As a general rule, most people set Blu Ray sources to 0db offset and TV to 10 or 15db offset.
3. Dynamic Volume - Not sure, have to check this - Should it be OFF?
Ummm...did you read
my previous post?
It's usually recommended that you now raise all your crossovers to 80hz and make sure all speakers are set to "small". This will probably increase your bass with music a bit, but there are other things that can help even more - What surround mode are you using when you're listening to music? Are you using Dyanmic EQ? You've turned OFF Dynamic Volume, right? What source are you using for music/what format/bitrate?
Another thing I noticed was that dialogues on the center channel kept going high and low, not sure why. Is it adjusting the volume automatically?
That's Dynamic Volume doin' it's thing.
3. Will reduce Sub volume to -10, should I run Audyssey again after this? Is there any way to just run Audyssey on the Sub and not everything?
Yes, you need to re-run Audyssey after changing anything in your setup (sub volume, speaker positions, listening positions, furniture placement, etc.). No, you can't just run Audyssey for the sub - it's the Full Monty of nothin'.
If you're gonna adjust the sub volume to try to get Audyssey to set it closer to 0db, you can just run the first Audyssey position until you get it where you want it, then
run all Audyssey mic positions.
I watched 'Life' last night. Again - the sub was a little underwhelming
Is that the Eddie Murphy film? I wouldn't expect much bass from any comedies (there are exceptions), especially one from 1999.
Try something from this decade. Some new ones with great LFE that I've recently watched are SkyFall, Looper, Total Recall (new version) and The Dark Knight Rises.