The subs in the back of the room idea failed miserably. Luke came over tonight and we played with our omnimics and moving the caps ALLLLLLL over the room. The back of the room is terrible. There is a 20-27hz suckout in the listening position that is down by probably 15dB - so that's not going to fly. Luke had a good idea that we just make some blinds for the front. Make a quick frame out of some 2x4's and put a sheet over it. The subs can still be in the front of the room when we listen and we'll just have to have the auditioners leave the room when the subs are changed out.
We also found that changing the Caps direction perpendicular to the front smoothed out the response the most in my room. So the drivers fire towards the left and right walls from the center of the room. This HURTS me, cause I love to feel the breeze of the caps, but I'm trying to acheive that flat response and get used to that sound so I guess in my particular room - that's what it takes to get it the smoothest. It actually did turn out pretty impressively flat. We got rid of that null at 50hz that was really present in the KC meet simply by turning the subs to face the wall.
I'll post a couple charts in the cap thread tommorow. My bass is no longer running hot and while I do like the fact that a sine wave sweep sound and feels smoother - I miss my 6-10dB hot bass.
Oh and by the way - Luke and my omnimic do NOT measure the same - Luke is going to write up those details with graphs and pictures. That's a bit disheartening.