Anyone using Audyssey for stereo

I've recently had a great experience using Velodune's SMS -1 to correct for room issues in the lower frequencies. I've also been following Stereophile's ongoing analysis of room correction for multi-channel with great interest. This has gotten me wondering about applicability for high end 2 channel use. The SMS has pretty much squashed my inclination toward the "purist" signal path approach and I'm thinking about Audyssey (either stand alone or via the Integra Pre/Pro) in my "music only" stereo system.

Aside from the odd "bedfellows" issue of putting an Integra pre/pro between an Oracle + Graham/Transifguration + Aesthetix Rhea front end and my ARC VT130 SE, I'm wondering if this is a good idea. Even after the happy results from the SMS-1, the A/D/A conversion still makes me a bit queasy, but I suspect that the trade off may justify it. Anyone doing this?
Hi Marty,

I'll let you know pretty soon. I bought an Integra DTC-9.8 so I'd have access to Audyssey in my 2.1 system. I debated the same concerns as you, but since my speakers already do a A/D/A conversion it didn't make any sense to not take the plunge. I hope to get it setup this weekend.

Kal commented recently in his column about the limitations of subwoofer only EQ and that has always been my issue with the SMS-1.

I'll check out Kal's comments and keep an eye peeled for anything you post. Thanks for "poison testing".