I've actually almost finished these, but figured I should put them on here as reference if some people are interested. They're based on a design here: https://sites.google.com/site/undefinition/overnightsensationmtm Needed something quite small as we have a small living room, and the wife quite likes the small tannoy sfx 5.1's we currently have. Anyhow on with the build stuff ... I've got a bit of time at home at the moment, so thought I do a little project. I've built a few subs in years gone by, but never done full range speakers, never finished with veneer or even had a router. So a bit of reading around here and I decided to do a 5.1 system using the Overnight Sensations MTM as the full ranges and the SP10 sub from the Swope build, all designed by Undefinition. I moved the UK at the beginning of last year, leaving all my tools in Australia, so had to spend a bit getting setup Ended up getting a Dewalt 621 router - after all you're going to have it for ever ... amazed how easy it is to use. Took a couple of goes to get my circle jig right but otherwise it's been a pleasure. So far I've done all the routing except the cutout for the sub port, will do that when I go buy the PVC. I initially wanted to do the Swope full set, but in my small living room with wall mounted speakers it wouldn't work for the WAF. I ended up slightly changing the aspect of the centre channel so it has a lower profile against the wall (tv is wall mounted above fireplace) not really ideal but again keeps the WAF in check. Anyhow some pictures of progress: Baffles, note the larger centre Back side of baffles Back of the LF / RF/ LR / RR with rear ports. Not technically correct with the port with in one diameter the wall, but anyhow. The centre has forward firing ports. Internal braces Sub cut out with skin I've ordered American white oak to finish the full ranges and will do the sub black. Going to do a light stain on the oak with Danish oil finish - can anyone recommend weather or not use grain filler? From what i've read grain filler seems to be more for a the lacquer / french polish finish.