We moved about 500 miles from the home we lived in since 1984, into a newly constructed home we had built (and somewhat customized). Long-story-short, "we're not doing that again!"
My audio equipment and cabinet (for some reason) was loaded first, so it came off last from the mover's truck. I let them know about the weights of the audio equipment (in factory cartons), so they wouldn't hurt themselves, carrying that up the 15 step staircase, up to my "bonus room". The cabinet was custom built by an Amish craftsman about 30 years ago, and the movers noted it's weight, as they were hoofing that up the steps!
When we are more settled and I have more time, I'll use the REW software and the miniDSP UMIK-1 calibration microphone to see if I can further "tune" the room. I used that to fiddle with the handoff of the sub woofers and speakers. My listening room in our former home had terrible bass response and this combination helped me place the 10 bass traps to create what my wife called my "padded cell".