They had some good things to say about the 3020i which pretty much is my experience with the 3020i's
"The biggest surprise the 3020i’s had in store for me was in the treble. They didn’t sound bright, but they sounded brighter and more extended than the 3050i’s. As a result, voices popped to the fore far more than through the 3050i’s, instruments such as cymbals were much more apparent, and the increase in high-frequency detail made it a bit easier to hear precise positionings of aural images on the soundstage. At first, all of this took me aback -- after all, the same tweeter was used in both speakers. But after some playing around, I hit on what might have caused the difference I heard: that tweeter’s height. Typically, the ideal height for the tweeter of a speaker is 36” to 39” above the floor, which puts the tweeter at about ear level for most seated listeners. I measured 31” from the floor to the center of the 3050i’s’ tweeters -- that’s low. But from the little 3020i’s’ perches on the shelving unit, the centers of their tweeters were 40” above the floor -- a smidgen high, but closer to the ideal. They sounded it. More important, the absolute difference in tweeter heights in these setups was 9”, which is a lot. No wonder these two Q models sounded so different in the highs in the same room and system: the 3050i’s’ tweeters were firing into my chest, but the 3020i’s’ tweeters were aimed at the tops of my ears."
"Hands down, the 3020i is a winner. It’s wonderfully styled, looks beautiful in Artic White, and sounds superb -- dynamic, clean, smooth, open, extended on top, and with as much bass reach as you can expect from so small a speaker. For $299.99/pair, it’s as good a deal as Paradigm’s Monitor Atom SE at a nearly identical price.
My hands go down somewhat more cautiously for the 3050i. "