Most of the boxes have been done for quite a while now.
The wait had to do with a couple things. One was the SEOS waveguide stuff came in that just hammered me for 3 weeks solid. Plus I wanted to send a couple of the subwoofer boxes out to some members to glue up and give any suggestions. Then of course test packing material so these things could be shipped okay.
I have to send out 2 more "test boxes" and we should be 100% ready to go. I also packaged up a sub box to fit the 15" MFW on Friday that will be going on tomorrow and a couple other ones. I will say that some people that ordered had some good patience waiting for me to figure out packaging and things like that. But I've pretty well got it figured out.
I know this is probably obvious, but one thing about these larger boxes that should be noted is that they are a bit harder to put together than the small bookshelf speaker flat packs. I've built many subwoofer boxes cut on table saws and now CNC's. The CNC units are certainly better, but they still require that you take your time when gluing them up to make sure everything is done right. And because of their weight, you still need clamps when gluing and make sure your all lined up.
The first boxes that were shipped went together just fine, but it was noted that they might be toooo accurate and a little extra "slop" in the joints with slightly wider rabbets and grooves might make things go easier. Then again, some said they liked how the braces held in place when they slightly tapped them into the grooves. The difference between a snug fit and a looser fit is only .01" when your talking about rabbet joints and grooves.
I don't think anyone had any problems yet, but I am trying to think of issues that some could have in the future.