The 6" Alnico needs to be experienced to be believed. No crossover, so no phase issues--means an exceptionally open sound. Attention to cabinet design and construction without parallel in the industry = the engineering/construction behind making a small single-driver do what Omegas do. Alnico magnets, with their superior sonic performance, today only found in select Omegas and some high-end guitar amps.
The speaker is extremely fast, IMO very neutral, and when driven with good electronics, and properly set up in a treated room, something very special. Most systems I've heard that exceeded $25K to $30K were in showrooms rather than homes. But IMO the Omegas nearfield did as well and in some areas better then anything I've heard. You say immediacy, my words are lifelike and transparent, and the 6" Alnico have that in spades. Even in my small room, the soundstage had tremendous depth and width. Depending on the recording, instruments can exist as a specific 3-D point in space.
IMO Omega monitors hold the best potential for imaging (vs towers). And while you may not place a lot of value on bass, a solid bass foundation like the deep hemp makes everything sound better. For TV's, the blacker the black, the more vibrant the colors. For Omega monitors, the bass does something similar in terms of bringing out the sparkle in the mids and highs.
You may recognize that I'm writing in the past tense. 6" Alnicos were my second round with Louis, having started with Compact Hemps. My wife and I watch a ton of Netflix and Prime so, after many decades of being a budget-conscious audiophile, I decided to embrace the dark side (home theater). For this, I wanted matching drivers and relatively small speakers. Recently Louis finished a build of Super 3 XRS L&R, and a 3 monitor configured with a front-firing port for a center channel. All paired with my existing deep hemp. While I'm having fun exploring HT, and the clarity is absolutely stunning, HT (only 3.1 at this point), does not provide the 3-D holographic sound I got from the nearfield setup. I'll post pictures when the room is more put together.