I've sort of been secretly keeping this to myself for a while (I've been sick for about a month), but a picked up some almost brand new Moth Cicada speakers a few weeks ago. I know only a select few of you have heard my OB speakers based on the Cicada drivers and know how good they can sound. The drivers in this pair are in superb condition. The old Cicada drivers I had before were questionable (one eventually developed some distortion - probably the voice coil started to come off) because they had been stored in an outdoor storage unit in SoCal heat for perhaps a decade or so. As you can see, they have replaced the Fostex BLHs. Compared to the Fostex Sigmas, the Moth Cicada speakers are significantly more resolving, smoother sounding, and have more body and realistic timbre. The Lowthers might be a tiny bit more resolving, but they are not as extended, and have a nasty narrow peak around 8kHz which is impossible to correct. The downside to the Cicadas is that they are not quite as efficient and the cabinets are not up to 2016 heroic implementations with massive internal bracing. Still, the box design is solid with a double-walled baffle. The Qts of the drivers is bit on the high side, but that was an intentional trade-off for the sake of bass and efficiency. The Cicadas would do well in a two way with 300Hz and below augmented by a large woofer. But that's a design for another day. For now, I will just enjoy. BTW, there is a possibility of the return of a Cicada driver. It would be slightly different, this time around with a neodymium magnet. Here is an example of Joel's exquisite artwork. The original owner never attached the Moth thingies to the speaker.