BTW, the OB bass that is in the Super V's even Clayton acknowledges is the best bass system available (he uses it himself, on his top of the line OB offering the Lumina at $20,000). So the Super V's will clearly be better in the bass. Mids/highs, IMO I've heard both and it's a toss up. The Super V's are absolutely more dynamic. The M3s are smoother.
If you want smoother up top AND want to keep the crazy good bass, look at the Otica model along with the Servo OB subs as stands. My 2c.