Talon Khorus vs. Peregrine

I'm very interested in Talon's line of speakers. I've read nothing but good things about the Khorus's ($14k). Unfortunately, even used they're more than I want to spend on speakers. The Peregrine's ($6k) are more realistic for my budget. If any of you have had the chance to audition these two speakers, I'd be very interested in hearing your impressions of how they compare with each other. How much do the Peregrine's give up to the Khorus's? Please be as specific as possible. Also, if you've ever heard electrostatic speakers, I'd be interested in hearing how these speakers compare with electrostats in terms of "quickness". Any info would be appreciated.
Mac: You can check out my comments on Audio Asylum(Speaker Assylum) on the same question posed over there. Basically the Peregrine is approximately 90 to 95 % of the performance of the Khorus at a significantly lower price and in a smaller cabinent. The main difference is upper frequency air and detail. The Khorus is a bit more open and extended. But in many situations and with most music you may not be all that aware of the difference. The Khorus can handle a bit more power and has a bit deeper bass with a touch more dynamics but other than that it is pretty much the same performance. James W.
Thanks for the info, James. I'll try to find the thread you mentioned. Take care.
Mac go to Audio Assylum. Use the search funtion. Type in Peregrine in the search window. Then scroll to the appropriate assylum (Speaker Assylum in this case). Good luck www.audioassylum.com James W.
Consider the Khites married to the ROC sub as well. I haven't heard the Peregrine, but the trio is amazing and by the specs you'll get deeper bass. the Khites play amazingly loud without distortion which I guess is a trademark of the talon design. what this means though, is that the Khites (Peregrines too I suppose) play better, louder, deeper, and with less distortion than any competively priced floor standing system.