My monitors that I have known and loved for 10+ years are "on their way out." Time to select the perfect replacements and then spend the time and effort to get to know them intimately. My question has less to do with brand or model, but more about the component/arrangement of the monitors. I.e. MTM, AMT, standard 2 way with dome tweeter, coaxial etc... Is there a configuration that is inherently better or is it all just a matter of subjective taste and or matching components to a given room configuration? I'm a firm believer that you can get good results with any monitor as long as you get to know it and how it interacts with your room (as long as the monitor is of adequate quality to begin with). I just want to have the upper hand with my replacements and know that they are worth the time and effort I'll be putting in to learn them. My room is a well-treated 12x9 control room, set up along one of the long walls. Sheetrock on 3 sides of varying density and mass, with a solid brick wall behind me. Current monitors are active AMT with 6" drivers. Thanks in advance for any suggestions or insight!