I hate to stereotype audiophiles, but the ones that seem to enjoy room correction products prefer the cold, clean, and hard sonic signature, in my experience. Seems like they prefer solid state over tubes, cd's to vinyl, possibly don't believe in cables, etc.
Looking at the reviewer system section, none of the TAS star writers or editors use room correction such as Audissey, Rives, Copland, etc. Why is that? Does adding this to the system "kill" something in the system, or is it just not "retro" enough for the serious audiophiles?