so, inspired by an '05 mustang, i'm mentally designing a subwoofer setup for myself. probably won't happen until late next summer, but it's always good to dream :p.
so the idea goes like this: MODULAR subwoofers! the mustang had the backseat taken over by a fiberglass monstrosity, but it looked cool and probably worked a lot better than a trunk-based sub. so, this is a good thing, the bad part being that you lose your back seats.
i carry people on occasion, so a permanent installation isn't really an option. but, what if i built a structure to hold a premade subwoofer module and mounted that permanently in the back in such a way that the rear bench is still useable. without passengers, i can bolt a couple pieces in, drop in the sub modules, and drive off with my rear-seat subs. need to carry passengers? no problem - remove the modules, disassemble the temporary section of the frame (using no more than a wrench and three minutes of time), store the frame in the trunk, and install the sub modules into a similar permanent frame in the trunk!
possibles for the actual subs, probably a pair of 12s, but size restrictions might make that a pair of 10s:
JL Audio w7 (i'll be auditioning a pair of 8s installed in a bmw ASAP)
Eclipse Titanium (not pro, but tighter than a teenage... well, they sound really good)
Adire Brahma (just cause, but i'm falling off of adire now that they've gone to dealers)
Image Dynamics IDMAX (to make vince happy)
Diamond Audio D9 (i lusted after the tdx)
Elemental Designs Ov.2 (HAHA made you look)