Got the bug for some tunes on the patio for the summer. I've been looking everywhere, but stuff has been too expensive... then the latest PE catalog shows up and there are a set of 5.25" 2way Dayton outdoor speaker on sale for $60pair. There's also as few others on sale as well as all MTX outdoor speaks. I was looking also looking at the MTX MP42 with 2x4" 2ways for $142pair. I was really hoping to get into perhaps an 8" 2way design for that price, so it looks like I may build them myself. These speaks won't have to stay outside all the time. I'll engineer them to hang for quick mount/dismount and only put them outside when needed... Since these will be party speakers, clarity/precision of sound can be sacrificed for a little volume/thump. I'd like to do the construction in 1/2MDF to keep the weight down, and power will come from the "B" outputs of an ONKYO TX-8211 at 50watts. They'll be primed and painted white. Should I have any special considerations when building outdoor speaks? Can I get away with a paper cone woofer? What type of tweeter? I understand horn tweets typically have a higher sensitivity? Bottom line, is it worth my time to worry about building anything better than the Dayton 5.25's at $60... http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=310-068 which don't seem to be in stock right now. If it is worth it, can I do better than the MTX MP42's for $142? http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=302-004 Am I leaving anything out?