Tekton Design MOAB

Moab as spelled on their site after a place in Utah but the military reference to the mother of all boxes cannot go unmentioned.
Next giant killer? Anyone heard them?

@protoss71 I'm running them in 14.5 x 12 room and they did need some careful positioning, but I'm completely satisfied with the results. I did lift them up on bamboo butcher blocks, purchased for about $20/each at Ikea and I was surprised by how much the bass cleaned up with this simple decoupling maneuver. This is to say, there may be some patience required and they can be difficult to maneuver. Two people will be helpful for many/most moves that might be made to properly position them. 

Congratulations - I expect you will be quite enthused with the results!
@listening99 Thanks for suggestion. I also like the suggestion of https://herbiesaudiolab.com/products/threaded-stud-glider to help move them around to find the best spot. I hope the 8 ohm version I ordered will alleviate the "needs current to sound its best" and allow my 300b shine. I had considered the Encores, but thought the Moab's woofers at top and bottom would help even out lumpy bass in my smallish room and the 2db difference in sensitivity is a significant when dealing with low powered amps. I am curious, however, in why the discrepancies is claimed sensitivity and Stereophile's measurements in sensitivity.  Stereophile commonly measures many speakers at lower than claimed sensitivity. 

@larryk Great to hear that a big SET works well with the Moab's, the LM 845 based amps look nice (not that I would buy anything from China anymore). Do ya have the 8 ohm version? 

Just an observation, how does one tell if one or more tweeters dies?