One thing I've always wondered about... how do you know when your sound is "right"? In Video Essentials, they say setting video settings until it "looks good" is not the way to go, because you don't know what image quality is *right*. They (and AVIA) proceed to offer a means of comparison, so your settings are objective. But how do you do this with sound? If you have an equalizer, you can push the sliders all over the place until they sound "good" to you, and someone else will say it's all wrong. Is there a way to set your sound so it's the way the producer intended you to hear it, like you set video?