Thank you for the video. It was very informative. Could someone explain why one wouldn't use the REW filters to correct for the response instead of an informed (by measurements) educated guess. Then take that once step further, and confirm with measurements that the adjustments solved the problem and didn't create any additional problems? I could see not wanting to boost frequencies and increase distortion in the process, but if we were to just focus on cutting frequencies, wouldn't the computed filters with a confirmed measurement be a more accurate way of correcting the problem?