Break in period for Audio Physic Virgo 3?

Anybody has an experience with the new Virgo III?
How many hours is the break in period before it starts to sing?
Thanks everybody.
It takes about 200 hours continuous playing before they really come to life. They start getting better before that time and will continue to get better until about 200 hours.
When fully broken in, they sound GREAT and IMAGE all over the place.
Break-in time for dynamic speakers seems to vary from one speaker brand to another. I have owned several brands that took from 50-100 hours to properly break in, but this can be accelerated by running the speakers at a moderate volume for several days (assuming you are going to be at work). It is normally the bass driver that takes the longest to break-in, particularly if it has a stiff suspension. Further, the bass driver, and to a lesser extent the mid-range driver, experience more excursion than the tweeter, and running these drivers on a sustained basis to induce excursion is what takes time.

I would hope, however, that your Virgo's don't actually "image all over the place" as Jbm suggests -- one would hope that the speakers actually image in only one, defined spot (otherwise, you are getting the opposite of imaging)...(smile).
From the site:

"A note on breaking in box speakers, a process which seems to take forever. When I want to speed up the break-in process, I place the speakers face to face, with one speaker wired out of phase and play a surf CD through them. After about a week, I place them in their normal listening position and continue the process for three more days. After that, I play a degaussing sweep a few times. Then it is just a matter of playing music and giving them time.

After placing them face to face and out of phase (switch one of the speaker's + and - connection) I also put a rug or some other type of dampening material over the junction so I can crank it up a bit louder without causing too much disturbance. This trick works great because with the speakers out of phase, they are working together not against each other to break in.
Buckingham, good point. You may want to add that the procedure makes the speakers almost silent, even when playing at moderate volumes. I know you obviously know this but others might not - I explained it to my girlfriend and I had to show her before she would believe that the out-of-phase signals would cancel each other out resulting in near silence.