Not that I know off hand, but studio use is what they're designed for,
With the OB tweeter allowing for a spacious sound without having to worry about having the space required for a full OB setup.
Then with the quality of the internal components, even at the base level, I'd imagine they're impossible to beat in terms of clarity and detail.
Most studios will use a combination of monitors to estimate the final results on different setups. (tho that's more the job of mixing/mastering than recording/monitoring) but having something so revealing and detailed should allow for a better product down the line, (depending on the genre and severe dynamic compression that is so prevalent these days)
I'm excited to hopefully get mine built by the end of the year.