So they're done, and I'm an idiot! (explanation below) Here is how they came out: More pictures on the Dayton III gallery on: http://triton.homeip.net/gallery/ The Build So, basically their a dual port semigloss black, with flush mount grills. I tried the spray adhesive method for the grills, but found that a simple stapler (it just barely fit over the 1/2" MDF) worked great, as long as it was closed. I couldn't get them to go in straight if it wasn't closed. Much less messy, and easier to handle. Here is a closeup of the back of the grill: http://triton.homeip.net/gallery/dII...d_DCP_1274.JPG There are actually staples running around the inside of the frame, too. I also skipped out on the front port design, because of the information that the airflow could impede the tweeter. I also used the shielded woofers so they can sit next to the TV. Impressions A.k.a, why I'm an idiot. I won't go into the review of these speakers as many have already done this before me. But after completion and setup I sat there for 15 minutes swearing that the right speaker didn't sound as crisp as the left. Almost less forceful. My girlfriend disagreed, saying they were the same. I got to the point where I was about to rip the speakers out and take a look, when walking across the mass of tools I nearly stepped on... a quarter bag of polyfill that wasn't in the speaker. Doh! Does this make me an idiot? No. But in combination with the fact that I had just finished reassembling the SAME speaker because I forgot to hook up the bottom woofer, is.