My point was that if you aren't making money, you are losing it, but money obviously isn't everything and most folks here are going to know that already. If a poster takes interest and enjoyment in moving his entire room around to experiment that is perfectly fine with me. Heck, I moved all my couches and second row platform and bar to the other side wall the night before last, just to see if I liked it more. I have done endless amounts of sweeps, designed my own speakers, and built all kinds of stuff BECAUSE I ENJOY IT. But Feri, don't immediately assume that folks have the time or DESIRE to move their entire room around just to potentially get a better sound. I don't know a single one of my local friends that would even think about something like that being fun!!!!
However, that's not how you or I, or Kieth or Sanjay work, amongst many others around these parts, as we chase that last 1% of performance, and take much enjoyment out of "Tweaking" our systems. Once again though, not all are like we are. Yea yea, I'm "losing money" too when I am playing in the theater, but I get personal fullfillment out of tinkering in my "man cave." You can't put a monetary value on time spent enjoying a hobby, but maybe, just maybe, some folks reading here don't find flipping an entire room upside down as "Worth the trouble."
In this most recent example, simply bumping a few trim levels sealed the deal for Mulder. He is happy, and didn't have to do anything additional. This is the last I will discuss this part as the OP is happy and there is no need to continue down this redundant path of redundancy