WHatever, as long as they don't go over $35k, then I'm still in. Although I don't see how this could add so much to the cost. There's not a whole lot of re-engineering to be done. Especially on the "high-powered audio" side of the equation. It's called a small class-T amp, lightweight kevlar cone woofers, silk dome tweeters, and you're done. Nothing fancy, just two 8" speakers in the back, and a pair of 6.5" woofers and 1" domes in the front. Simple stuff.