Yup, I know EbenLee very well (and have several hundred emails, literally, that Peter and I have exchanged to prove it
Having worked directly with him to design several products -- including a few currently up on their website -- I can tell you the cabinet construction is unequaled. There are significant benefits to having a completely inert enclosure, and their stuff comes as close to that ideal as possible. Everything they make, everything
, feels more like it's built from stone then wood. They're actually that solid.
But the products are not really for the mainstream consumer. If price is the number one priority EbenLee won't appear to be very competitive. Their stock-in-trade is extraordinary engineering and luxurious finishes. Peter's goal is always sonic purity, and he does achieve that remarkably well, but he sells exquisite statement pieces not mass produced products (it's all hand made).
I can personally attest to the fact that Peter cuts no corners, nor does he compromise on anything, so if you're looking for speakers like that he should be your first phone call.