Anyone have Legacy speakers these days?

I have a wonderful pair of Legacy Protege speakers. Anyone else have Legacy and what do you think of them? Thanks
Legacy are killer speakers. If you want to enjoy the music, buy Legacys, if you want to constantly worry about imaging, coloration, tweaking,positioning and all the other boring things out there that drive a person nuts buy other speakers, because with the legacy's, all these things will be a after thought as they make great music and really dont miss out on to much of anything. Specially the focus 20/20 which blow me away at there 3k used price point. Is there anything they dont do at least well? Not to mention effecient enough you dont need 500 watts a channel to sound great. Its all about CLEAN power with the legacys.
I own the Older Focus, and this speakers set folks, will be the last set of speakers for me.
I have owned Talon Khorus XMkII, soliloquy 6.5 speaker, Klipsch cornwalls, and others.But none can come close to the overall performance of this speakers.
The speakers have a lot of positives. Wide and detailed soundstage, Tonality and micro details. They are just as efficent as the Cornwalls. But, where they really shine, is the female voice, So rich and creamy. I can listen for hours to Regine Velasquez, a female vocalist from the Philippines.
W_barton is a smart man. Buy some focus, dont buy into hype, you are getting some insane bang for your buck with the older focus or focus 20/20 speaker!
I used to think the Focus was a special speaker at a reasonable price, till I heard Vandersteen Quatro' me atleast they made the Legacy sound like Cerwin Vega. My dad owned the 20/20 for a few years and liked them (we both did) but then we seriously looked into other speakers and quickly found much better across the board performance at an also obtainable price. I can see why folks like the Legacy, and why some like all sort of other speakers and afterall it would be a boring world if one size fit all.