@db Cooper (great name btw) the sweet spot isn't too tight at all. Certainly it's no worse for the most part than my other mini monitors. I'm just really finicky in fine tuning all aspects of the sound, overall soundstage, individual imaging, bass response etc. and while it's easy to dial in on one or two of those factors, finding a spot where you can maximize all of them or at least minimize the bad effects is tough in my small 12x11x10 room. I'm 95% there right now and in another room, it'd be so much easier. I have found that the Omegas sound better in a wider variety of spots than some of my other speakers, especially the Kef LS50's which are pretty picky in my room.
My first time around with audio I had a Conrad Johnson/Magnepan setup which had a much tighter sweet spot (with beaming issues) than what I have with the Omegas. I had that system in a really nice large room though and could get some great sound. That same system in my current room would sound horrible for sure.
@DaveC113 I've enjoyed your posts as I've read many as I'd been lurking and learning about the Omegas and have always admired your setup. If those electronics sound as good as they look, (especially that amp, love it!)well then I know you are one happy audiophile