Hey guys I have a 96 Saturn SW1 and was wantin to know what y'all thought about havin some kind of a box built. But before we get into that i'm kinda havin trouble figuring what I'm gonna go with. I know that I have to have 6.5" components in the front and then in the rear tailgate I'll just put in some 6.5" coaxial and that should still sound good right? OK then.... Circuit City has the Kicker RS65.2 components. But I was thinking maybe the Polk DB components because I love POLK AUDIO all the way. I'll also get the same size (components if I have to) for the tailgate. Now.....for the custom box blueprints....I wanna build a box for my cargo area to be flush with the tops of the back seat as long as from panel to panel in the back flush up against the back seats and I want just wide enough that it stops right when my panels start to curve downward. Does that make sense? The box dimensions are 36" W x 17 1/2" H x 8" D. Now sticking with the Polk tradition I'd like to stick with Polk Audio DB 6.5" components (for now) up front and Polk Audio DB 6.5" coaxials (for now) but with that limited space of depth I dont know what kinda sub to pair my speakers with. I've thought about either 1 SR124-DVC or 2 Kicker L5 12"s in a Kicker box or just one Kicker L7 10" in a custom built box for the specs of my hatch area or just say to hell with what and get the db212-2 in the custom Polk box? What do y'all think a man in my situation should do? And say if I would go with just like 1 Polk SR sub and Polk components, how do Polk amps perform? I've honestly never heard anything about them. Would a C400.4 be really good for my components? I like my Metal really powerful and really loud. LOL But then if I would end up gettin 2 subs would one C500.1 be enough or would I get 2 C500.1's for the subs?