I just put in an order for a dark gray pair of Moab’s yesterday with Tammy! I ended up getting the eight ohm version secondary to having a 300b integrated amplifier that only has an 8 ohm tap. I’ll be alternately driving it with a 300 W solid-state. I know, two amplifiers on the complete opposite ends of the spectrum! They will be placed in a somewhat small room, 16 X 11. I have had a pair of Thiel 2.3’s for 20 years, and didn’t feel the upgrade bug until they saw all the new technology and scores of glowing reviews. I also have a Velodyne DD 10 subwoofer, but I’m not sure I will need it.
lol! protoss71, I have FIVE subs! https://systems.audiogon.com/systems/8367
One thing I like about the Moab, the woofers are located top and bottom nearly 5 feet apart. A critical element in getting great bass response is having multiple bass sources. Each Moab speaker is in that respect like having two bass sources. I believe this is one more element in the way Eric is able to get such great sound. Just one of a number of things he's doing different than most.