After much trouble shooting because I am an idiot and do not know as much as I think I do, I have them up and running and they sound amazing! DIY ish ftw lol. The peerless tweeter is omg good. Detail for days and days. Make out individual string notes for instance that were more fuzzy before and more of a blend all together and are now crystal clear. Those 20$ tweeters blow away the martin logan tweeters for detail. Q150’s sound shrill and unfocused comparatively.
Now all that being said, I think I need a warm dac, maybe tube amp to pair with them. They are to clinical(?) maybe for my tastes over all. I got a little mini hybrid tube amp with bass/treble control that helps to make them more enjoyable. Even the 10" woofer playing all the way up to 2k is crystal clear and thumping the whole time. I do not have measuring equipment, but to my ears these are very neutral. Like really really neutral lol. But I picked the drivers for their neutrality as a baseline to start my first build off of.
They are also 90db efficiency, so my mini amp @50wpc rms into 4 ohm’s drives them loud. Not insanely loud, but loud. Plenty loud for me, I go to about 2 o’clock on the dial. Tweek the high down a smudge and the bass up a smudge and I get a little warmer presentation that I prefer.
All and all took a little more effort then I initially anticipated, but well worth it. I am very happy with them in my first experiment in building.
edit: Meant to touch on comparison more. As much detail as there is, I do enjoy the other 2 sets of speakers just as much. I still think the martin logans are one of the best nearfields out there. And the q150’s have a very natural sound to them even if they are not as detailed as the new speakers. I think both sound more “natural” then my built speakers without further tweaking. But i put the studio back in studio monitor with my rebuild.