I just picked up a pair of Omnisat V2s for my spare theater family room setup. I wanted something that had some mid-bass, but had a specific application and location. I placed them in one corner using the Mirage stands, behind a sectional sofa. The other corner is blocked by a mid-back recliner which shows the top of the omnisats.
I looked at many other sats/bookshelf speakers, but most were too bulky and I couldn't ceiling/wall-mount them. The Gallos and Orbs were too directional. I didn't want to increase the sound level and deafen anyone sitting at the corners. The smaller Mirage omni's mid-base was non-existent. Not to say the Omnisat V2s provide good mid-bass, but my old Rotel high pass still may overdrive the smaller Sats in small speaker mode.
I like the open, airy omni-directional sound for surrounds in a small form factor. I would not use them for 2-channel usage. I think they should be compared more with Bose or other smaller Sat-Sub combos. They have that "look" that meets my WAF in the downstairs family room. My main room is my "kingdom", looks is secondary.
My concerns were:
1) over-priced ($249/each, $150 pair-stands)
2) very niche product
3) one local reseller(Best Buy)
4) Wife may want me to replace the front bookshelfs with these... (more $$$)
If you're planning the spend money on the Mirage lineup, you should seriously consider other similarly priced options. Unless you like that type of sound...