Jays suggestion is excellent. I'd also talk to the designer directly about your specific requirements. With the 15" woofer, the CD might be crossed fairly low, which is quite fine in the home environment. But if your SPL requirements (dynamic and long durations) are high, I doubt the compression drivers have as much protection as a truly Pro use speaker would have.
You have to watch out, not just for the low crossover point as tuxedocivic points out, but also some of the SEOS designs have relatively gentle crossover slopes. If the designer mentions how smooth or linear the phase response is, generally that implies gentle slopes! That works just fine in homes, but is less protection for the tweeters when faced with the kind of abuse that pro speakers tend to get.