Hi Everyone! Presently I'm using an Eden D210XST with my WT500. While many here have commented on the smooth, extended high frequency response of Bergantino cabinets, there seems to be a common criticism of "harsh" or "spitty" high frequency response from Eden's golden David E-2700 Cast Bell tweeter. I should note that I do like the sound of the XST cabinet as it is. I think the woofers are pretty decent sounding. I'm wondering if any of you have thoughts on whether the tweeter itself, the crossover, or perhaps both are responsible for the less than smooth response? It seems to me that the crossover frequency is too high for the XST woofers, and serves to create a hole in the upper midrange and give a "subwoofer with a tweeter on top" kind of sound. Would a redesigned crossover help, or is the sound of the tweeter itself the major problem? If a redesigned crossover would help, I would be willing to build a new crossover circuit. Is there another tweeter that would make a better replacement? Opinions and technical advice are most welcome!