Bottom line is that it's pretty hard to justify 2/15s in a single cab for HT ...
Unless of course you are a mental case like me. I can find a way to justify most anything.
The flat packs look nice, I'm really liking the 10" ported. Flat packs or building my own, I'm trying to figure out how to protect the drivers from being damaged by little fingers. I had two ideas...
1) Use a slot cutter to cut a groove in the enclosure. Using a vinyl serrated spline in the groove to hold the speaker cloth, think of it like a window screen. It may look ugly so how can I cover up the spline and also needs to be removable? The groove can be cut in the front or on the sides of the baffle. Having it on the sides may actually look decent now that I think about it...I can also keep the round overs.
Instead of the viny spline maybe T-molding, same stuff they use on arcade cabinets. More expensive though...
2) Using a straight bit, cut around the baffle. Build my own grill and have it sit in the groove I cut.
That would work too but what about the compression driver?