I'd like some advice on the baffles I'm designing for my Dayton III's. I'm attempting to move the port to the front so they can be wall mountable, and I'm also trying to get some unique asthetic appeal. It also has to be symetric, so it will look good as a center. (Function over form, but hey, good looks help) As for the port, I calculated that the normal 3" port can be converted to two shorter 1.5" ports and at the same tuning freq will give the exact same port mach (.11). So I've done that, and here is what I've come up with: Red - 6.5" Woofer Blue - Silk Dome tweeter Green - 1.5" Flared ports Yellow - Grill White - visible part of cabinet The white section will stand off higher than the baffle by half an inch. This will then be flush with the grill. I'm curious as to if anyone here thinks this will affect my off-axis response since it is so close to the tweeter. The white sections on the top and bottom will also stand off, and will be routed at 45 degrees. Thanks.