Well, I heard them at AXPONA and they were jaw-droppingly good. It's almost embarrassing to say that they were just about the best sound at the show. Definitely the best imaging -- better than the 30.7 demo I heard the night before (but that demo had great pizza). Great percussion and wonderful midrange. And they played loud, though not without a bit of hardness -- these are not 20.7's, and Wendell warns that in a large room they'll start to sound like a midrange and tweeter because they won't couple to it, so you'd need a sub or a DWM or something (or more sensibly a bigger model). They basically play where the MMG plays in terms of level and frequency response, but sound a lot more like the .7's, they don't have any of that veiling that the MMG's had -- lucid with stat-like clarity, well balanced, and entirely of a piece. Everyone who heard them raved.
At $650, these are the kind of speakers you find an excuse to buy -- bathroom speakers? doghouse speakers?
I'm thinking they'd make great surrounds . . .