I miss them, but I think it is more properly stated as "I miss that time in audio".
I consider it the golden age of audio as the technology for decent consumer home stereo was coming into fruition as prices dropped into the common man's realm.
Certainly Henry Kloss was a big influence with his contributions to AR, KLH, Advent, and Cambridge Soundworks. I don't know if he was involved in the development of Acoustic Suspension, but he certainly did a great job of incorporating it into financially viable speakers that sounded very good compared to the competition of the day!
One of my favorite speakers of that time was my KLH 6V's which represented great bang for the buck! The V in 6V stood for vinyl in KLH's innovative idea of reducing the cost of the popular KLH 6 speaker by using vinyl woodgrain (unlike today, woodgrain veneer was the default finish, and vinyl very much the exception).
Nonetheless, I still have plans to use my old AR 3a speakers as (sub)woofers for a pair of satellite speakers. It may be the personified sense of these being an "old friend" that does it for me, or simply a well developed memory/fondness of the character of their bass, but I still like the sound very much. I know these are not real subwoofers, but they dig deep enough to do well for most music and will make a nice complement to something like the NHT SuperZeros!