Everything vibrates. I was e-mailing recently with Steve Herbelien (sp?) of Herbies Audio Labs about coupling or isolating audio equipment including speakers. One thing he wrote, and I paraphrase--'You may think your concrete floor doesn't vibrate, but you're wrong'. I'm now with him. To those of you with poured-concrete-over-earth floors--ever wonder why a 'thud' sounds when you drop to the floor quickly and on your knees? It's the floor vibrating, and its sound is of a very low frequency because the concrete slab is heavy. FWIW--and that's virtually nothing to anyone else--after over 50 years as an audiofool, I now mass-load and isolate electronic equipment, generally with Herbies Tenderfoot products*, and I couple speakers--with sharp spikes--to that concrete floor.
With the rise of the almighty Critical rating in , using Recklessness on any heal that already benefits from a critical buff is questionable. Dark Heal with Force Bending has an increased 60% critical chance (in addition to the Critical on your gear). Innervate with Force Bending has a 25% increase to critical chance. Dark Infusion benefits from the Force Mystic set bonus, which increases its critical chance by 100%. The only significant heals worth left using Recklessness on is Roaming Mend and Unnatural Preservation. Unnatural Preservation has a 30 second cool down and only benefits the health of your raid frame if you yourself are taking damage. That leaves Roaming Mend. Apart from the process of elimination, Mend does the target switching work so you don’t have to.
Editorial Note about Subwoofer Placement & Combined SPL Output
Placing your subwoofers as symmetrically as possible with respect to the listening area can be useful especially if one favors a particular listening seat but we should attempt to make the bass good for all seats. If your placement options are limited, you will have to use trial and error to compensate by manipulating electrical delay of one or more of the subs (1 ms per foot) via the speaker distance settings (assuming your processor has multiple subwoofer outputs with independent delay settings and channel trims or can artificially add group delay by engaging one of the subwoofers internal crossover slightly (20Hz-30Hz) above or below your processor's crossover frequency.