Am I the only one to opt-out on the Sopra 2's?

I home auditioned a pair of broken-in Sopra 2's for over a week (Clayton M 100's and Naim 272 pre).  I began by loving them but then gradually found them fatiguing.  Then I noticed that I'd been making excuses for them when high notes became painful and the sound stage seemed blurred.   So I tried Dynaudio C1's, also broken in,  and everything was suddenly better.  I ended up with C2's  and could tell a difference even when they were not broken in. All of these speakers were auditioned with a REL subwoofer.  In the end, I not only disliked the Sopra's, I disliked them a lot.  All the Sopra reviews seem to be generally favorable.  I know I'm probably in a minority, but in my system, the Sopra's were a failure.  Its been suggested that my reaction was because I was  used to the Dynaudio tweeters in my Merlin VSM's, but I think it was more than that.  Anyone else have a similar experience?
And your post clearly illustrates why speakers are so subjective and why one must hear them rather than ask for recommendations.  Which is a question so often asked in forums.

I thought the Sopra 2's were the best speaker I heard at AXPONA in their price range.  And I own Dynaudios!  Of course you had the advantage of being able to audition in your home and that is even better.  Glad you found the speakers that are right for you.
You said it, Paraneer.   This type of thing happens, Hinde, you're definitely not alone.  When I bought my Wilson Benesch Arcs pre-owned, they sounded absolutely awful in the living room of the guy selling them.  If you didn't know what they were, you wouldn't have paid $200 for them.  For whatever, location, positioning, equipment, whatever, that system was a FAIL.  I bought them anyway because I'd heard them previously at a dealer and I knew they should sound better.  And they do - I listened to the Beach Boys 1964 Sessions album last night, and it was like I was in the studio with them. Just wonderful in my space.  Point being, there are just too many variables in play - a pair of speakers that sound glorious in one room and system can sound completely disappointing in another.   It's not an indictment of your ears, your room, or the just happens that way sometimes.
in my limited exposure to Wilson speakers I much prefer them with tube gear over ss

my two cents

I've heard very expensive speakers totally fall apart in a bad room. 
Everything in audio seems to be co-dependent. 
I auditioned the Sopras at Apex in Denver.  I was very disappointed in their sound. I found them very bright and not enjoyable with a broad range of music.  Initially they were played with SS Aestethix gear.  I complained about the brightness and Carl switched them over to VAC.  It helped quite a bit, but I still didn't like the sound.  It literally hurt my ears at volume on the high notes.