I recently fell in love with the walnut veneer and burnt orange quadrex foam grilled of the (new) JBL L82/L100. I also found out that you can purchase the grilles, or a fairly good clone of the foam, for a reasonable amount of money. So, I’m looking to make something in the same dimensions as the L82, but with a fun twist - I want it to be a 3-way and I want a bigger woofer. Does anyone have any opinions/comments on mating a 4-inch coaxial with a 10-inch woofer? They would be in roughly the same layout as the existing driver. The cabinet depth could be increased, port could be changed, etc. On a quick first pass of driver selection I found for woofers: Dayton Audio RS270P, Sbacoustics SB29NRX75, Scan-speak 26W/8534G. For coaxials: Sbacoustics SB12PFCR25, Dayton CX120, and maybe a KEF uni-Q from here. These would stand alone with no sub and would be placed in a small room of approximately 200 sq ft, so I would be aiming for extension to ~40 hz.