car speakers?

I need to replace my car system in my 95 tarus sho. Dont want to remove stock unit for originality reasons, and would like to stay with replacement speakers for oem jbl stuff? I want to keep the jbl amp and add a alpline 3535 amp to compliment. I want xm radio and a decent cd changer in trunk.

Speakers, I havent kept up in the car area as in my youthful days, so I want something with some decent slam, something abit better than average but not like a home system, what are my choices? I like classic and alt. rock but also talk/news on the road. I hade some old jensen 3or4ways and also some pioneer in my old z28 and it was ok. I like the sound system in our surban so something in that line of sound and sound pressure.

My home preference speakers are my jbl 4733's It trashes anyother thing in my room. just a little rough around the edges.
"Upper-end" car speakers are limited to a few brands, so shopping should be very easy. MB Quart and Boston Acoustics, and probably others have component lines with a tweeter that can be mounted coaxial with the woofer, which would be nice for your stock theme. I like the MB's Premium Line (which sounds identical to their much more expensive "Q" line) and currently enjoy BA's Pro Series, despite both of them being plagued with metal dome tweeters. Dynaudio is in a league of its own with price that reflects their greatness. JL Audio surprisingly makes nice components, although not very competitive with BA and MB. There are not a lot of brands I have not heard and these are the only good values I have come across, except maybe Focal. Just go visit a local store with good installation reputation - its shooting fish in a barrel.
In the Porsche forums, Focal component speakers are the only choice. Might check them out.
Replaced my van speakers with the Focal Access line. Also bought a Focal 13" sub. The sub comes in a factory box and sits behind my rear seat. This van replaced my old van which had top of the line Alpine speakers and is an improvement. I agree with the Alpine amp - very musical (for a car).
Definitely, MB Quart or Focals. The Quarts will sound a bit softer and the Focals a bit more harsh.
Chevy Suburbans are equipped with a Bose system. I recently yanked the Bose out of our Suburban and replaced it with JL Audio amps and Sub, Alpine head unit, and MB Quart Speakers -- HUGE improvement. I also added XM radio. Alpine Head Units come with something called a "MEDIA EXPANDER"
which is meant to be used with MP3's and XM Radio to fill out the missing pieces. I am not into MP3, but I can say that the MEDIA EXPANDER works really well with XM radio. Here's another thing -- instead of a CD changer -- here's what you do; The new Alpine Head Units will interface with an i-pod, taking over its functions and keeping it charged -- THATS THE WAY TO GO!! With a 40 Gig i-pod, you can store about 150 CD's UNCOMPRESSED. That's better than any CD Changer -- PLUS -- the i-pod is portable. Don't bother with a CD Changer, use an ipod -- it is like having a 150 CD Changer.