Dynaudio Confidence C2?

I would be interested in anyone opinions of the
Dynaudio Confidence 2 Loudspeaker.

Thanks, Tomer
I recently upgraded to the C2s. I previously used the Dyn Special 25s. I am very happy with the sound, what strikes me the most is the top to bottom coherency, no single part of the audible spectrum seems to stand out. They have nice extended highs, and they actually hold their own in the bass department considering the driver compliment. I can listen for hours with no fatigue.

I am using them in a small room (12 x 13 x 9) with the following associated equipment:

Lexicon MC12B
Denon 5900
PS Audio statement XLR IC, statement speaker wire

You are not getting cold feet or second thoughts on those C2's are you ???
I made the jump from Merlins to the C2's last year.  They are in a 30x23 room (C4's would be too much) with plenty of amplification.  I also added a REL.  Due to my location, could only home audition Focal Supra No 2's and the C1's (took the risk and went up a level to the C2's when I finally bought).  The Focals went first and, while there were some things that bothered me, I liked them and expected to get them.  When I heard the C1's and changed my mind.  To my ears, the C1's  were much more balanced, better handled complicated music and trebles and do everything other than punch at least as well as the Focals.  On the other hand, the C1's did just fine as far as quickness and transients go.  At least with my system.  The C2's are even better in all respects.  They handle all types of music well, and never cause fatigue.  And because they are so balanced, I listen to the music not the speaker.   Some think the C2's are short on base, but the REL solved that if it ever really was a problem.    Remember, however, that I have had my Merlins with Dynaudio cloth tweeters for over 10 years, so may have been predisposed to the C2's.  Regardless, I'm thrilled with the C2's.  

That would be Sopra No 2's.  I spell badly, but better than I type or check for auto spell errors.