I bought a pair of these speakers and they are exceptionally good. I put them in a spot that had previously housed a pair of Thiel 2.3's and before that PSB Platinum M2's and Eggleston Andras.
The room is a very difficult location for any speaker to perform well - 30' ceilings, a glass wall over 25' high and 22' wide behind the speakers. The room measures 23' wide X 30' deep. The problems encountered were echo, hollow sound, poor imaging, limited bass response. In essence, most of the speakers sounded lousy.
I have another dedicated listening room in my house, but I wanted music in the room that I have described. This particular room "belongs to my wife" and I did not have the freedom to utilize room treatment etc. If I was to have music, it had to be unobtrusive.
After trying the speakers listed, I had about given up hope - but then decided to try the small, beautiful Focal JM Lab 207Be limited edition speakers.
I can't tell you that they were perfect for the room, but they sounded, well, good.
Imaging popped into focus. Highs, lows and midrange seemed to be tight and "correct". Echo diminished (why, I don't know). Female voices - a real problem for the other speakers, sounded natural and "real".
Are the JM Lab speakers perfect for the room? No. They sound better in other locations but in this room, they sound GOOD. I am very pleased with the speaker. It's appearance is perfect. It's sound is full and beautiful
I like the Limited Edition JM Lab 207Be.