Ok, another generic complaint...speaker placement, obviously not unique to the Raptor. The interior A-Pillar placement of the tweeters cannot be the best location, and the covers seem very restrictive. Anyone know why Ford didn't place them more toward the front/angled into the cabin, like most systems do, instead of basically across the windshield? Also, when will companies/audio engineers actually test with normal people in the cars? The driver door speaker is so low it's almost always obscured by my leg while driving. If I move it, there is a noticeable difference in imaging, especially in DSP/surround. Why wouldn't you move the high/mid driver(s) up to avoid this? You could leave the woofer low because those low frequencies are basically omnidirectional. Some manufacturers do this (hell, Ford does it with the Lincoln/Revel systems), as do many aftermarket component systems. Probably expecting too much, but some of this is a simple fix for the manufacturer. Anyway, still generally pleased with the system, which makes the little issues even more annoying. Can we haz a Revel too, pls?