Thank you for the compliments. In fact, I am not an experienced wood worker. I just am a bit obbsessive about audio, so I took on a project that I thought that I could handle at the beginning (I do have some tools, and I am interested in woodworking, but I am really a beginner.) and I took it slow from there. I have been picking away at this since the middle of August. The sound....
Last night I finally sealed up the mid enclosure just before I hit the sack. There was a small hole in the bottom of it where I had threaded in the hook-up wire. For this reason, I feel like I shouldn't say too much. There was some changes that I noticed after that. I will say, however, that I am kind of in shock. I have B&W 603S3's, and I enjoy them. Rick assured me that he could do a lot better. I believed him, but I wasn't ready for what a big, well designed 3-way could do. The 10 inch Revelator woofer sounds tight and detailed, and I am given the impression that there are no low frequencies that these things can't play. The sound seems to have no limits down low.
As for the tweeter, Rick takes every opportunity to say good things about the SS6600 around here, and after listening to it for a week I have to agree. The AirCirc is amazing. There seems to be no end to detail without emphasis on sibilance, and I certainly have never become fatigued.
While trying to do my "homework" on Rick, before I spent my money, a guy named Jim Holtz said to me that the faster I spent my money, the sooner I would have a fantastic set of speakers. I don't even know if he would remember our emails. He was right. I'm glad I did. THanks for the advice, Jim. I love the speakers, Rick.