Here are a few pictures of some more speakers I'm finishing up. As much as I'd like to take credit for the design, it's not mine. This is a design by LouC, http://www.lonesaguaro.com/speakers/, that he calls the Azurite, and I followed his design pretty closely. The write-up is on his site, under "Archives". The drivers are PE buyout Vifa BC11 JBL woofers, 12 Ohm, combined with a 3/4" Audax neo tweeter. The two 12 Ohm drivers in parallel result in a fairly receiver-friendly impedance, and pretty decent sensitivity.
What I CAN take credit for is the nice enclosure. I must say that these are going to end up looking nicer than any speakers I've built so far. The pictures really don't do them justice. (Actually I'm noticing that the pictures really make those exposed screws that are (until I glue them) holding the front baffles on really stand out. They don't look bad in person and I was planning on leaving them like that. I may end up changing it.) Maybe I am getting better at this after all! They're covered in walnut veneer, with a very light cherry stain and three coats of wipe-on poly. Seeing how the big terminal cup and port were going to require cutting out a substantial hole, I just used black vinyl for the backs. I think it ended up looking real nice.
I haven't had the pair playing together yet, but listening to one speaker, I'm really impressed. For the money in parts (<$50 per speaker), I think they're going to be VERY nice. I wish I had bought more of those woofers while they were available. The crossover is a relatively simple one, and Lou did a good job on it.
I'll report more on the sound when I can listen to them both at the same time.