So I've have had the Debut F6's for about a week now. Got 30-40 hours on them. Here is my review for the first week. Out of the box: looks A+, binding posts A+, grill covers are flexible which is a major plus if you ever had to deal with the hard plastic ones that break. They come with carpet spikes but also has absorbant jell feet for hardwood floors. First use: oh shit I screwed up! They sound like shit! My 35 year old Bose 601s sound better then these. Next came a long string of texts to @HiFi Guy He calmed me down and assured me time was my friend. (At this point I'm thinking he smokes better shit then me if he thinks time is going to make these sound better). I mean the sound balance was all over the place, the midrange was too much, the highs were there but lacking and in the shadow of everything else. By last Friday I was ready to send them back. Instead I kept them and decided last weekend I would throw everything I could at them. I started with an album I know sounds good on Saturday, I wasn't impressed at all, I continued to try album after album and finished with the first album I started with. (Maybe I noticed a bit of change). Sunday same thing except when I got to my test album. At this point I realized they are in fact changing sound. The break in period is crucial to these. The sound is becoming balanced with every use. The highs are stepping out finally and that horrible mid sound is now getting so much better. I would recommend not worrying about proper placement like I did until they are broke in. You will just end up moving them again. Start with basic triangulation and run them for at least 100 hours. Let's talk reproduction, sound reproduction that is. These are lively cabinets with a rather cool design. The top section is completely isolated from the bottom two sub's. Each sub has a dedicated frequency that works off from a rather high tech crossover. The best way to explain what it does is to look at it like this, imagine if every article of clothing could magically fit everyone perfectly. Too small or too big is not a problem. In other words the cross over has a cool way of knowing how it should split itself. This is not your average crossover. Some of the tech guys can probably explain the design a little better. But look at it like this, your speakers think for themselves. Keep in mind Andrew and Elac pissed off a lot of companies with this design because its making other companies try to put cost effective high end speakers to compete. (Industry crickets). This morning I'm sipping coffee basking in the lovely sound that is Andrew Jones's heart beat. At half way to broke in I'm now completely sold on these speakers. They are now out performing my old Bose by light years. Disclaimer: some recordings are just bad, these speakers will let you know! I would recommend these speakers to anyone that really enjoys music. You can't beat these speakers with out spending thousands more. Andrew Jones , my hat is off to you sir! I'm not sure how he did it but glad he did. All I can say is allow them to break in and you will be impressed!