Sorry for the late reply - didn't realize this ? was posted.
The Fedele's are sounding very fine indeed.
Compared to the Harbeth P3ESRs I was using, the Fedele's have vocals that are just as natural sounding (no easy feat) and have much better extension on both ends. In addition, the Fedele's dynamics are much better at low/moderate listening levels, which accommodates my late night listening habit. They have a level of clarity that will easily allow you to hear what's on your tracks and in your system - not in an analytical or unforgiving way, but in a way that allows you to discover little things that have been buried in the mix/noise floor, which I find cool. In terms of soundstaging (something I'm into), the Fedele's are great. With moderate toe-in, the speakers disappear as the sound source (surprising given their size) and the soundstage is wall to wall, with good center fill and localization.
My room is small (12'10" x 11'), so I use the Fedele's in the near field. Since I live only 30 minutes from Rick, he worked with me to contour the FR slightly to accommodate my room positioning and system - a huge benefit of working with a nearby, small shop. In a larger space, I don't think that kind of adjustment would be necessary, but I really appreciate the fact Rick was willing to work with me, patient in answering all of my questions and came up with a set of tweaks that met my needs.
All in all, I suspect you'll be very happy with them.