Who remembers the Dahlquist DQ-10's?

My first pair of "high-end" speakers.  Power hungry critters but what I would give for an updated pair.  I powered these with a Peavey CS-400 and a Maccomack Deluxe Line drive passive preamp!!  Those were the days!  Young and dumb I suppose?
I have DQ-10s (early model without fuse in back) and DQ-20s. Currently running the DQ-20s with the Apt pre-amp and amp mentioned above. I have two amps as mono-blocks, so 200 Wpc. But sound OK with one amp running both speakers (100 Wpc). I also have a Kinergetics KBA-75 which is fine with both DQs also, but that is 60 pounds of class A all the time
My first pair of  high end speakers was the Fried Beta speakers with the matching subwoofer but all that changed when I heard the original Alon l speakers. Real soundstage with articulate bass and it beat the ML Aries I had at the time. 
Just to share, I worked in the Audio industry at one time and was at the CES when the DQ-10 was introduced.  Two of my best friends still use them.  

No hyperbole, just my experience...I have owned the Maggie 1.6, 3.6 and 20, and various higher end Martin Logan, Vandersteen and some others.  All that said, I remember the DQ-10 as one of my all time favorites.  Their ability to image was part of my audiophile "awakening". 

Had them when they came out.  Fried them...more like smoked them!  Our Bozak B313’s were always the more dynamic and natural sounding speakers throughout the decades.  Their bones still lay in the old family basement, awaiting a resurrection.
The DQ-10 were one of the top two eye/ear opening experiences of my youth at the Chicago CES show.  The second one was watching a tape of Blazing Saddles on the first Advent Videobeam at ....I believe the Drake Hotel, but it could have been the Palmer House.  A good time was had by all.  It was a room with many from Advent but not Mr. Kloss.  Henry was a very private person....I was lucky enough to meet him, a very interesting man....with his Checker Taxi Cab car.