It's a good thing we still had Starbucks in the office this morning, or I'd be a bit whacked out by that Subj. Line.
Several of us make a quick dailly sweep of key forums looking for any problems or questions that customers might not have already e-mailed to us. Nice to know I can pick my cup of coffee back up. ;^)
You might want snag the next issue of The Sensible Sound in case you need any ammunition to rationalize your purchase further. I've got one in my own system so you aren't getting any help from SVS for your, uhhh... "problem". 8^0
PS if you haven't already picked up an SPL meter and test DVD like Avia, now's the time. You'll have to have both to get a good phase optimiztion for the twin subs. It's quite easy to get this just right if the subs are side by side, and a bit trickier if they are separated. Having phase a bit off (all but inevitable with twin subs that are NOT co-located in corner for instance) can make for some poor frequency response at your seat. Have things just right (or rather, just wrong) with regards to phase ... and it's not hard to actually have worse performance with two subs than one. Needless to say a few minutes with a meter and test tones will quickly prove to be a good investment.