yup, I hear what you guys are saying and you are right, it looks good from the ront and it will finction as planned. I guess it is more about improving each time I build one of these and while the wrapping did go better, it did not come out as I had hoped, in that way it is disappointing.
When I look back at what I did with the N3 grills, (my fist grills) the improvement is dramatic, I really need to redo those for my folks but again, they also look fine from the front.
Guy, depending on how your cabinets are finished, it may not be overly difficult to do frames for them. If they are veneered, you can always get those push in/on type fastners , if painted you could use a similar technique that I used and clamp the frame in place before drilling small through holes to mark the locations of the magnets. Once the magnets are in place, it would be a matter of touching up the paint and a little cut polishing
When it comes to woodworking or DIY projects,
I am a BIG ZERO
I don't have four fingers and one thumb, I have five thumbs per hand.
The Vietnamese cabinet maker uses those little push in the hole devices
and they never hold in place the grills,
what I did to solve that annoying problem is to add lots of Velcro strips around the grills,
it holds everything in place, but it also create a gap,
but looking at the grill from the front, it does not show, same as yours.
So, no problem, I'm happy.
As for the grills on my V2 Ferrari red speakers,
I have the cloth, I have the Velcro, I am only missing the 1/4" MDF or plywood, which is inexpensive
on this planet.
The only other thing missing I the courage or the get and go to start the project.
Like I say before and I am repeating myself (Normal I am an old fart) next step, the woofers.