The finish is stunning. I hope the testing is successful and you're able to bring them to market. Are you able to offer the chamferred cabinet with other models? When doing the chamfers, do they require the burst finish for the seams? They kind of remind me of Avalon Acoustic speakers, which I liked the look of.
We have done chamfered cabinets in the past upon request. But they require a lot of labor in a one-off situation. They require quite a few templates to be developed in addition to the cabinets themselves. So the cost is generally prohibitive. But we can certainly do them.
As for the chamfered edges, they can be veneered. We are building another set of these cabinets for a customer who did not want burst edges. His chamfers are veneered. It adds a bit of labor and time, but is not a problem. The standard build will be with burst edges, but the up-charge for veneered chamfers should not be all that much.
As for the sound quality, thus far I keep hearing the word "stunning" from those who have heard them. One of our severest critics said he thought that Dennis Murphy's crossover work on these is the best he has ever done. And that says a lot.