I'd like to discuss something that I have realized as of lately regarding woofer integration to the mid range/wideband or fullrange driver. It is really tricky and I am trying to get some notions on what is going on. Here's what I have realized, being that there seems to be 2 possibilites. 1-) Youcan integrate the woofer to sound seamless into the mid range. The effect of this is the coloration of the woofer into the midrange because in order to seamlessly integrate the driver you must use less agressif crossovers and/or a higher cutoff point from the woofer(unless someone can educte me further on this). This way of integrated produces a better coherence but tends to color up the midrange making you lose texture. 2-) A more aggressif cut off and or lower cutoff point will elimate the coloration of the woofer into the midrange but create a very bad sense of coherence. The drivers play on their own. What is this effect, and why does it happen. I have been listening to commercial speakers regarding this effect to hear which path they have chosen and I have come to a new appreciateion on some speakers that I was disregarding in the past.