Meadowlark Heron i compared to Revel F-50 or F-30?

Anyone heard or own Meadowlark Heron "i" speakers It appears to be a well designed product backed by a strong company but gets little attention. The Revel F-50 is about the same price, but there are no reviews(or interest for)about it. Has anyone heard them??? Finally, can the smaller Revel F-30 compete with the Meadowlark Heron "i" or is it out of its performance league??
I have heard both at different places but with the same electronics. I bought my own cables to keep things as equal as possible. Overall, I prefer the Heron. It is more musical and transparent. I was captivated by the sound and music. I liked the Revel, but it presented itself a bit more analytical, which is not what I prefer.
I have the Heron-i. When I was out looking for new speaks, I traveled to NYC to audition both the F-30 and the "i" version of the Heron. Both were fairly new at the time.

There was no comparrison. The Heron-i are much more musical and natural sounding and transparent. Like all Meadowlark speakers they "disappear."

I am looking to upgrade to Meadowlark's Blue Heron. If you are interested in a beautiful used pair of Heron-i, let me know.

There is no question...Meadowlark speakers are truly built by music lovers who take pride in their craftsmanship.
Have you seen the new Heron review on the Meadowlark website?
I auditioned a pair recently, they sounded pretty nice. I would say they lean on the warm side, some may like it that way.
Has anyone heard the Meadowlark Blue Heron ? There have been no updates to this thread since 4/07/02. Any news about this speaker ? I am intrigued by the design: piezoelectric tweeter, transmission line loading for mids and bass, time aligned, first order crossovers. How does the Blue Heron compare to the competition in its price range ?