I went by a friends place this afternoon to check out a few projects him and his father in law have been working on. They wanted me to help promote a new product they have been developing that somewhat targets the older Audiofoolz crowd. I was asked what kind of online presence I had, and I simply replied "not good"... But said I like DIY-Fi and a light bulb went off above the in laws head. There is a strong possibility that a few DIY kits will be available in the next 6-12 months, from basic flat pack bookshelf's to mid and large arrays w/sub woofer as seen in the photo below, also raw drivers and plans to build your own enclosure is a very strong possibility. The tall array handles everything above 200Hz and the transmission line subs everything below. The wave guides above the subs were not hooked up and I was not able to audition them in that configuration. I was impressed with tracks I heard, having only one crossover point simplified the sound delivery and purity. Hopefully I can get a loaner going for a prototype or two by the end of the year for some feedback. For those that know me irl, you may have an idea who these people are, and this will be a completely separate company and project handled on a grass roots, cottage industry level. I won't respond to any direct questions regarding specifics, but am most definitely interested in hearing suggestions.