I'm considering the bowers & wilkins 603 S2 anniversary edition for my dedicated HT room used mainly for movie watching. However after reading some reviews people have been complaining about it's midrange drivers. \nSome quotes I've read are " I cannot understand why B&W feels that it must push a mid-range driver to higher frequencies than it can handle, all to avoid stomping on the speech discrimination band. Yet, it deliberately designs their crossover network to create a deep & wide dip in response centered at 2 kHz. In my opinion that has a worse effect on speech discrimination. "\n" The 603’s foremost flaw is, in my opinion, the elevated treble response around the on-axis angle. Listening on-axis could make some recordings sound quite harsh, especially rock or pop music. It also gives many vocals a sibilant sound where the T, S, and CH parts of speech were overly emphasized. "\nIs it really that bad?