I’m sure if they came out with a preprocessor it would be done well ... that said

It is also a lot of work if you are going beyond the standard surround decoding chips. Just look at all these companies sliding their dates (or worse coming out with half working products) trying to produce 16 channel surround. Not sure how Axiom would differentiate them selves otherwise. I think it would be high risk tech wise, resources draining and a hard sell to anyone who was not familiar with Axiom. It would have to have some sort of auto room correction for it to be a marketable product.

BTW I use room correction for my everyday room setups but will probably use REW to hand tune (treatment and parameters) for the theater once it’s finished.