The article (in pdf) is from another audio company, but they do make some interesting points about some approaches to this receiver-room equalization gadgetry.

Alan, i know you are not a proponent of the receiver-room EQ, but do you know what Dr. Toole's thoughts on the subject are considering that Harmon is deep into this idea?
Is he being driven by the company push to fill technology in an area perceived as hugely beneficial? Or does he not partake in the receiver EQ design and testing?
I'm curious.

"Those who preach the myths of audio are ignorant of truth."