I'm pretty much married to my JBL S38's for a while. At least until I can find a "proven" design for something along the lines of a M&K S150. Anyway I thought I might try to improve the sound a bit by building a better crossover. I figure that JBL installs about the cheapest crossovers they can get their hands on. What I need is a 3 way, 2nd order (12db/octave) with crossover points at 800 Hz and 3200 Hz (these are factory spec). While I'm at it I'd like to change the connector plate (and hookup to the crossover) to allow for bi-wiring or bi-amping if possible. I've located a number of vendors that sell "high quality" components and I handy with a soldering iron so all I'm lacking is the design. Yes I have done a lot of research on crossover design. Franky I'm a bit confused and hoping that someone here already has a good working design on paper. I realize that this is a lot of trouble for what amount to a pair of fairly low-end speakers but they fit nicely in my entertainment center and the decorator has "0" tolerance for any speakers outside the cabinet. THANX!