Has anyone heard the new Vandersteen Quatro?

Hey everyone. Has anyone heard these things yet? What is the cost on them? No price on web site.
I heard them at CES, Audiogon coverage is here:


I thought they sounded better than the same room last year with 5A. I know the 5A is a better speaker but with the ARC amps and small room size, the Quatro was very good. Especially for show conditions.
Around $6K is what I recall.
I heard $6,500 but you have to assume you are going to want model 5xovers unless you want to build your own. If you want model 5 xovers, I think they are about $800 balanced or $600 for rca. Making your own could be much cheaper and may provide satisfactory results. If you are interested, I would do a search on this forum as I believe it has been discussed in the past. Most people do not advise using the "regular" Vandersteen xover.
Does anyone know what drivers it uses?
See this associated thread.

The Quatro's should retail for $6,500/pr. They use the Model 3A Signature tweeter and midrange drivers with a new 6.5 inch mid/woofer (rather than the 3A's 8 inch). The bass is handled by two 8 inch woofers powered by a 300w built in amp. They should become available in the June/July timeframe. More information on the bass controls and subwoofer crossover will be forthcoming at that time. I suggest contacting your local dealer to stay up to date on Richards progress on shipping them.
The bass controls should be identical to the controls on the 5 and 5A-- 11-band equalization. At least that's what Richard said at CES. It may change before production begins.