This thing used more LFE than I can ever recall being used in any single film.
LFE was not just a tacked on after thought to a few explosions. Every giant robot footfall, every boom, anything that got near the bottom of the frequency range got some LFE lovin', without being overblown. It's like it goes down to LFE zone and continues... when you should be shaking and not hearing the bass so much, there's LFE down there.. man
I could listen to this movie blind and enjoy it !
This is on a 360 AO, outputting DTS into a Pioneer VSX-D812K receiver (new enough for 6/7.1, old enough to not do WMA Pro). All my speakers in my receiver are set to large, but subwoofer off (I let it mix the LFE into my front mains, Infinity IL50's with integrated 250W subs each, they are set to pull LFE internally crossovered from the speaker inputs .. this way they can do full range as they see fit even if I turn off all processing and operate in direct stereo)