There I am pumping gas, thinking about the rising cost of gas when I hear a semi-whispering voice behind me "hey man, you interested in buy some speakers?" I turn and smile. No thanks, I heard all about you white van guys, you sell crap. That's when he pointed out that he was in fact in a black van. I had to give him that. He went on to explain that the black van guys only sell the highest quality speakers that happen to be extras from a job their boss over ordered on. I think to myself, hey he is in a black van. I step a little closer and he begins to explain that not only can he save me money because of his bosses inability to count but they have speakers like B&W, Mirage, M&K, ETC. that are disguised with a label saying they are Craptui. I think he said they do this for very wealthy people who want to appear discriminating and thrifty while still having the best sound. That made a lot of sense and when he explained that they even go a step further by removing the annoying crossovers at no extra charge I was pretty much sold. I never really thought about the fact that speaker companies are ripping us off by restricting certain frequencies from some drivers. I paid a lot for my speakers and none of them get all the available frequencies because of the damn crossovers. Well needless to say I loaded 4 of these monsters into my truck as quickly as possible. I didn't want this guys brother in law to get them. He was still trying to come up with the money. Now I will be able to hear 20hz-20khz from all the drivers in my system as well as know I own a beautiful set of some major brand or other stealthily disguised as Craptui. Like my daddy always said, some days you eat the bear, some days the bear eats you... guess it was my turn Now if I can just figure out where the speaker cable connects.