Jonathan Tinn, who was a dealer of ours a few years ago, also owns the Evolution Acoustics speaker company. We'll both admit that we are on very friendly terms since we have had a long history together.
At the recent Axpona show in Chicago, Jonathan visited our room and was blown away. He admitted that he and his designer Kevin, who used to solder crossover boards for us, were in "awe" of our products and use our speakers as their benchmarks.
Jonathan admits that the UniField 3 is one of the best speakers he has heard and is under no illusion that his tiny monitor is even close to our Uni 3. Yes, everyone admits that the little mini Evo is clear and transparent, but everyone also recognizes that the Evo mini has no dynamic range, no bass power, and is very fragile (due to the inexpensive Chinese drivers which won't handle much power). All this being said, it is a fine little speaker for $2,500.
However, if you compare the little Evo to our UniField Model One at $3,995/pr (which has incredibly deep bass and will play very loud before distress unlike the Evo mini), you will find that our UniField One sounds more like a large floor stander instead of a small computer speaker.