Emerald Physics speakers

has anybody have opinions about these speakers? I have the upgrade bug again(does it never end)....I am running klipsch heritage models with tubes.I am considering going the whole way with wired for sound and the cs2.3 speakers with a modwright signature pre.........I just do not hope this is a downgrade or latteral move,any suggestions would be appreciated.........thankyou
I listened to my good friend's CS2s last week after the Rick Cullen mod on the Behringer. I must say his system sounds AMAZING!!! He uses a computer as the head unit. Definitely the most realistic system I've had the pleasure of listening to.

I warn you..room is essential for allowing these speakers to bloom. He has his 7 feet from the back wall and 8 feet apart, towed in at roughly 45 degress off center..

He's using my former SET 14 wpc to power the tweeters and a Classe 300 for the drivers. These speakers will play at deafening levels.
I have a friend who purchased a pair and I just cannot hear what all the fuss is about. The same friend also owns the Harbeth SHL5 and Coincident Partial Eclipse, so we can compare the speakers in the same room. IMO, the EP's are good speakers. They sound like other speakers in their price range, but when I compare the EPs to the Harbeths or Coincidents, I just can't hear any obvious superiority. Each of the speakers have their strong points.
Check their website. They are doing in-home demos by some of their customers in certain cities, I guess on a kickback deal of some sort. Very nice way to do business.
I keep hearing great things about them as well, just not sure if it's a totally finalized product yet, seems like there are a lot of upgrades going on.
Based on the reviews here I was so excited about this very cost-effective speaker/amp combo I mentally owned the equipment. I contacted the distributor and he sent contact info for a local customer with a complete OP/Wired 4 Sound setup. This audiophile also had a very nice $10 K + vinyl front-end and that is very important to me as this is my only source. I took several reference albums over as well as a few towels - for the mess I was anticipating. We played one album after another and I was shocked the system was only reproducing about fifty percent (at best) of the music. Overall, the sound was bright, thin, lifeless and left huge holes across the frequency spectrum. The end result was the antithesis of my warm, lush, detailed, dynamic and “your are there” all-tube/vinyl setup. Of course the equipment owner thought this system was the very best possible. I invited over to my place so he could at least obtain a sense of the missing frequencies. No surprise he didn't contact me.

My advice...if it seems too good to be true, make sure you thoroughly audition the equipment being considered.