With what I've read from various posts, most seem to like the Hancock Fabrics Pointe series of black grill cloth for their replacement choice. I have a $125 Parts Express order I was going to place and at that point, shipping is free so I thought I "might" get grill cloth from them. Has anyone used it with awful results where you had to redo the speakers? The main thing this is for is the SRS 2.3's that I bought for my best friend that I am redoing before I take them to him next month. The frames are in perfect shape but the grills have "cat scratch fever" and are coming unattached in spots. Also, the grill cloth covered side panels are going to be redone along with the grills since 2 out of 4 of the side panels are coming unglued. I'd rather just redo it all at the same time so that the grills match the sides. I never even have the grills on mine here at home so I haven't even thought about redoing mine yet.
He has no cats so I don't have to worry about that happening again. The closest Hancock Fabric store is in Lewisville which is about 30 minutes away. Not the worst difference so I guess it's just the traffic and time that makes me deliberate on either ordering it from PE (for free freight) versus ordering it from HF and paying $10 in freight. it won't cost me $10 in gas to go get it.
Thoughts? Opinions? Other ideas?