Yes, you can start another thread to badger Dr. Toole to run your test. Or better yet try it yourself and post the results; would be very interesting.
The only thing I have yet to try is to test the Revel M106 against Revel Be126and against the smaller loudspeakers that I own. I certainly will post the results here if I have the chance to test them.
But one little thing bothers me...what is my opinion's value about those loudspeakers for others if a) that test would not be conducted using a double blind test and b) I will definitely be using a different amplifier to drive them?
I for one, following Dr. Toole and Revel's very own philosophy, will certainly hear those loudspeakers using the double blind test method to determine which is best. Because, as Dr. Toole and Revel has thoroughly shown, it's the only way to validate each one's opinion about music reproduction, if one intends to share it with others, of course.
One caveat still exists though, the amplifier to drive those loudspeakers will be different from the next guy's... so, how would those Revels sound with a different amplifier? Can we actually hear the difference?
That's the advantage of having several powerful enough amplifiers at your disposal, like I do... so I can double test them w/ each loudspeaker. Let's see what the result will be then!