In '89-'90, I bought an used set of M 10Bs. I was only a senior but I liked the way Polk Audio speakers sounded. I eventually bought several pieces of Carver products but I always wanted a set of Polk's flagship speakers. I couldt afford back then, and recently I would see them from time to time on ebay but I was too busy dumping money into bmx bikes that I kept putting them on hold. These came up and they were in Tenessee. I thought there was no way I was going to get them, but I checked into them and got a bid on Uship and bought them. From TN to WA I paid 475. I did read that they were overpriced and Bob wouldnt budge on his price. He stated they were pristine and not a scratch on them. Bob was correct! They are in immacualte condition on all sides and the inter connect cable was included. I got what I payed for in my opinion. I dont have to do anything to them. I like them stock. I am amazed with the bass that it starts to irritate me a bit but it is the bass that I have always wanted but couldnt get out of the M10s. I have all my gear in the garage because that is where I can turn it up and not upset my wife. LoL. She mentioned that she could clearly hear every word upstairs. That was the day I turned it up to about 1 oclock on the preamp. I have 225 per channel and was enjoying them so much to "For the First Time," by Lifehouse. It was an appropriate song since it was the first time I really cranked them up. My brother was impressed because at first I was teasing him by not turning it up right away. I would like to move them into the house but I dont think I can enjoy them like I can out there. The garage is about 35x25 and is plenty big for these awesome speakers. Im considering another set. I almost got the ones in Boise, ID but he didnt want to take my paypal funds. Ill find another set eventually but Ill try to get the 1.2TL. My thanks goes out to Oldfatdogs for being a great guy and telling me to post them up. He also sent me links and helped me out with this site. Thanks Dan!