I have had my 2.3tl's for just about a year now and refinished the outside completely replaced a few bad drivers and put RDO 198's in them. I have wanted to do a x-over rebuild but unfortunately due to money it did not look like it was going to happen. I have had a Parts express credit of $100 for a while and finally decided "what the hell" and just do it with all Dayton 1% caps and Dayton audio grade resistors. I paid 14 bucks out of pocket for the entire project, $114 total.
I got a 10ohm and 12.5ohm 10watt resistor in series to replace the 22.5 ohm. I got a 8.2 to replace the 4.4/4.2 combo, a 5.6 to replace the 5.8, and two 8.2's to replace the 12/4.2 on the high end.
On the low end I got a 10 and a 8.2 to replace the 12/5.8 and a a 12 and 15 to replace the 27.
I got one rebuilt in about an hour and a half, the second in about 30 minutes. I zip tied the larger caps replacing the 27 and also the resistors.
The results were good when I got it back together and now after about 30 hrs is simply amazing, highs are clearer, refined, mids are more detailed and bass response is improved. Its like getting into SDA's all over again, I can hear things that I did not hear before and just overall better:D.
If there is anyone wanting to upgrade but does not have the money for Sonic caps this is a definite cheaper alternative or even a mix of the two but I am extremely impressed by these Dayton's. If these get better sounding then I can hardly wait, I will hot glue when I'm 100% on this but pretty sure nothing is going anywhere, and I can find my damn glue and gun. Enough jabbering here is some before and after pics.