B&W CDM 1NT vs. NHT Classic Three?

I'm the original owner of a pair of B&W CDM 1NT's and I was wondering if anyone here has ever really listened to a pair of NHT Classic threes (newest version w/aluminum bass driver)and could tell me if they're on par with the B&W's or not?

I have an opportunity to buy a brand new pair of the Classic Threes at a very discounted price and wondered if they could even replace the B&W's that I bought in either 02 or 03. I'd have to go through my box of receipts to be positive as to the year of purchase.

I still have the original box that the 1NT's came in and the manual but I haven't checked yet to see what they're selling for now if in pretty much mint condition.

Thanks so much in advance for any feedback you can give.
I currently have the classic 3. I down-sized my system from monoblock amps and floor standers after my toddler poked in a driver or two. I use mine with a Jolida tube integrated and a sony 9100es player and have been quite surprised at the level of performance that can be had for a very modest price. I have taken the classic threes to a couple of friend's places to listen on higher quality components and was even more impressed. They like being bossed around with clean power.
I also use classic threes in my set up powered by a rotel 1075 amp (125w x5) and a new Marantz receiver as a control unit. I too think the speakers sound fantastic, although I don't know how they would compare to the CDM 1NTs. I can tell you the classic threes compare very favorably to any other speaker I have ever owned; klipsch, AR, and yamaha. The one thing I noticed about the threes is that in a smaller room, the speakers produce pretty impressive bass to go along with it's mids and highs. I will add that I use the nht u2 sub system for the low end. Hope this helps.
I appreciate the feedback, its always difficult making a decision on a purchase when you've never heard the piece of gear you're about to buy. At the discount price I can get the Classic Threes for I'll probably go head and buy them and if they aren't good enough to displace my B&W's I'll either use them in another room or give them to my son.

I have high hopes for the Classic Threes as I've yet to have anyone tell me anything bad about them. As long as the highs and mid-range are enjoyable I'll be set as I have a very nice Velodyne sub to handle the lows.

Thanks guys, anymore info would be greatly appreciated.