Glad to see this thread.
I have seven (7) Thiel PowerPoints 1.0's coupled with dual Velodyne DD-15 subwoofers. All of the PowerPoints are mounted on a 9' ceiling all about 4' in from any wall. My PrePro is an Anthem Statement D2, The PowerPoints are fed from 180-watt/ch Anthem A5 and A2 amplifers. The integrated 8-band digital graphic parametric equalizer of the dual DD-15 subwoofers combined with the comprehensive bass management flexibility of the Anthem D2 yield a very robust, dynamic, dimensional and seamless soundstage.
I watch a lot of music DVD's (several hundred accessible via a DVD changer and an MX-3000 remote with DMX software), viewed on a Sony Qualia 006. The 8 music HD-DVD's released so far sound and look terrific and I just hope more music DD+ and TrueHD HD-DVD's will be released soon.
I have a Thiel service story. Last month, one of my PowerPoints started crackling. I sent it back to Thiel for service with a letter asking that Thiel call me with the cost of repair. Eight days from the day I shipped it, it arrived back to me repaired at no charge even though I told them up front that I was NOT the original owner. Thiel emailed a detailed explanation of exactly the repairs they made. Extraordinary service by dedicated people with a passion for their products.
I wish I could somehow magically swap out all my 1.0's for PowerPoint 1.2's just so I could demo for differences. It's difficult to imagine my sound becoming any better. But I sure admire Thiel's quest for improvement and "the absolute sound".
JVC RS3000 in AeroLift 150, Paladin DCR lens, Lumagen Radiance Pro, Two Screens: Stewart ElectiScreen StudioTek 130G 153” 240:1 and Screen Innovations Motorized Series 5 Slate 1.2 120" 16:9, Rack: Anthem AVM-60, Oppo 203, Sony CX-7000ES BD Changer, two Anthem A-5's, Rotel 1075, Atmos 7.2.4: 7 Thiel PowerPoint 1.2's, 2 SVS SB-16 Ultra's, 4 Thiel PowerPlane 1.2's. Projector cabling: FIBBR + RUIPro 10M, Remote: URC MX-990.