Summary: I bought these for my 99 Miata, thinking it wouldn't take much to fill the tiny cabin of the Miata, but I learned it's going to take a lot more than these. They hold the lines pretty well, but there's a lot of high end distortion, and so much is lost on the two-way. I have to say, if you have the money for anything with higher wattage, DO IT. These are not the speakers you're looking for.
Pros: Decent low support
Cons: Awful mid and highs, sound is tinny and harsh
Summary: These were installed in the front speakers of my 2012 Mazda 3. I was able to mount the tweeters in the sail panels. In any case, they sound decent ford their size and price. They do get a little distorted at the highest volume and can't handle much gain. Also, the tweeters are harsh. Still, a solid choice for the Mazda 3 if you don't want to shell out for Focals or do custom work.
Summary: Love to built in crossover. Called Crutchfield on a Sunday to get some help. These things did not come with any install info for the tweeters. In order to switch to the angle mount something had to come apart. The adviser suggested twisting it and I finally got them apart. Went pretty well from there. With limited speaker options I chose these for the rear in a hatchback. It's an experiment in progress.
Summary: Great product. Easy to install and they sound great. I have these running off of an Alpine MRX-V60 and the power that comes out of them is amazing and the tweeters help the sound stage in my 2006 Ford Expedition.
Pros: easy to install, sounds great, tweeters have great power
Cons: instructions are a little iffy as far as where what cables connect where.
Summary: Great speakers. Installed two pairs into my Jeep Cherokee with Alpine head unit and an Alpine 45X4 watt amp. Installation of the speakers were quick and easy. They sound terrific. Couldn't be happier.