Summary: Replaced factory radio, with a Sony-MEX-BT3100P-CD-Receiver-w-App-Remote-Bluetooth, Sound Ordinance amp and Pioneer 2-way speakers, just not enough base for me, so I upgraded to the Punch 3-way speakers, What a difference!
Pros: Excellent value, sound is very good.
Cons: Had to use my hand grinder to round off 2 corners of mounting ears to fit front door speakers, no big deal. Did not have to do this with the rear speakers
Summary: No complaints at all. These speakers combined with an aftermarket radio makes a huge difference in the sound quality. Plus I got buy one, get one half off--which is not too shabby. Next step are subs when I have the disposable income. Nice bass with very little distortion even at very loud volume!
Summary: I have a 2001 Expedition and these made a huge difference in sound. I already have an upgraded Kenwood head unit so these brought out it's true potential. I would recommend these to anyone looking to upgrade the factory speakers and you will definately notice a big difference.
Summary: For a '98 XL F150 single cab Flareside, doors and rear. Great speakers, it's been a few years since i've played with stereo toys so i spent a little more then what I wanted to but got a great "special" on the four speakers. Be careful when trimming the wires to splice the new connectors onto the wires (that was one of the options) as the drivers side seemed to be the shortest pull with the speaker connections on the opposite side of where the wires come in the door.
Pros: I didn't need the old outer speaker "protectors" from the factory speakers, they fit the new ones okay, but it looked like it might muffle the sound. I probably will put them on the next time I take the door panels off, just for sound of mind. The speakers do have the "plastic" look for the membrane but does seem pretty tough.
Cons: Nothing I can think of, other then getting a small sub woofer to accent the sound. Stock radio's fault not the speakers.