Many thanks, Michael for the compliments. The smooth, warm nature of the Odyssey components balances well with the open, detailed, dynamic nature of the Mundorf Supremes. The Vishay Roderstein MKP1837 bypass cap smoothens out any grain from the edges with this cap. These attributes in combination with the Scan-Speak paper cones seem to add an element of "sophistication," i.e. just the right hint of richness in harmonic content. Mundorf Supremes offer the best value for the money in full range applications because they don't favor any part of the spectrum from bass to high treble. They are an excellent start and end point for many systems and upgrades from simple to complex networks.
As you move up the Mundorf Supreme range, like the Silver Oil, Silver Gold, and Silver Gold Oil, so does the resolution, HF extension, micro-detail, dimensionality, and richness. They're better suited for mid and tweeter applications, and not so strong in "full range" applications. The Silver Oil is the exception as it does well across the frequency gamut.
The Silver Oil is my favorite in the series because it's character is lush, liquid, richer in harmonics, more depth, and is very smooth, without any hint of grain or sacrificing any detail. Excellent throughout the range bass, mids, and high treble. I find the midrange quite magical with this cap as it's more liquid, smoother, and better defined than the Supreme.
The Silver Gold is also excellent, very open, very detailed, very revealing, but not as coherent the S.O. or S.G.O. Unless your source is perfect, S.G. can sound lean toward the brighter side of neutral. For digital sources it's not my first choice, unless your system needs HF infusion.
The Silver Gold Oil is a sonic hybrid of the Silver Oil + Silver Gold combining their best characteristics. Superb detail, resolution, richness, smoothness, liquidity, extension, are all there in spades. Furthermore, the S.G.O. adds a tad more air, depth, micro-detailing, and dimensionality as it is top-of-the-line.
Synergy of components, speaker cone and voice coil composition, goes a long way in voicing speakers. A/B testing with many recordings (both good and bad) are the only way to voice a speaker. Like voicing a piano or any instrument, ultimately, it's subjective, as it's a matter of taste at the end. Good Luck!