I'm looking into crossover design and the one thing I don't understand is phase correction. I understand what it does, but I don't understand how to locate phase problems between drivers and correct it. It seems to me that crossover design is at least as important as the actual speaker drivers, yet I cannot find a tutorial that touches on phase correction. Still, almost any respectable loudspeaker (even DIY kits) boast premium phase-corrected drivers). For a crossover between a midwoofer and a tweeter, is this something I should be worrying about? Where can I find more information on this? I've seen suggestions of tilting the front baffle 15 degrees, but this just doesn't seem like the right way to do things. If I ever take the plunge and try DIY with expensive ScanSpeak components, I want to do it right! Thanks as always to all who respond.