Hahah...ok, so I replaced the tweeter in my front right speaker and its fine and then I realized that my centre speakers tweeter was also blown, so off to PSB I go. Its less than 10 minutes my door to Lenbrooks door I was careful replacing the tweeter, but when I was going around tightening it up the last go around the screws, I slipped and the screw driver hit the face of the tweeter. At first I thought and I hoped that it only hit the plastic frame, but upon close inspection, I hit the face of the tweeter. The mark is a tiny line about 1 or 1 and 1/2 mm long and I'd be surprised if it was more than half a hairs width deep. Just wondering if I should care about it and do anything about it or leave it as is. PSB is pretty cool, and so if I went back and explained what happened, they may replace it. Anybody have any experience with minor tweeter cone marks or damage? I played the speaker and it sounds ok. My speakers are first generation PSB Image 6T towers, 9C centre and 2B surrounds. Should I bother trying to have it replaced or what?