Thank you everyone for the feedback and help! To answer some questions:
abd1: Yes, you can be my neighbor, but even if you were several houses down, my bass will still find its way to you.
I'm lucky enough to have some space between neighbors, so my neighbors aren't really bothered by my bass.
Folsom: I have tried raising subs before and didn't get much improvement in the bass, however that was a different room in a different house so it might be different in this house, however, any higher and the subs would cover the screen, so I'll pass on raising the subs for now. I will say that the subs are extremely articulate already in my room, likely secondary to all the acoustic treatments.
DEP14: Most of the time, the sub drivers are barely moving and still destroying my ears. I imagine I have a ton of extra headroom... which is why I bought the beasts. The room was purpose-built, but not to the standards that it could have been.
Early B: The subs sound great at all listening volumes and all types of music. Their musicality actually surprised me because I was expecting them to sound a bit worse for music. They sound just as good as my old Funks, which are very musical. With that being said, I rarely listen to music with subs. My Sonus Faber Olympica III's have pretty good output to just below 40hz, and I enjoy the purity of the speakers by themselves.
stirman: my screen is 120" 1:2.35 with a JVC rs400u. I love the projector, my screen innovation screen is very good, but not exactly reference
Rocket_Ronny: I crossover to the mains at 90hz, the subwoofers sound great to over 150hz, but I like to run my subs a little hot, and crossover above 80-90 with a hot subwoofer sounds less natural to me.