Well, most of you on the forums we have no doubt heard of the infamous Nucleas Micro. Some have made negative comments regarding the way the Micro's sound but the majority of the people who own them seem to be very happy with them as expressed by their views in this forum. The A'Diva looks very similar to the Micro but is 1 inch bigger - an inch makes the A'Diva look bigger than you might think. Did I forget to mention that they are alot heavier than the Micros?. I have 5 silver A'Diva's in total which forms up a 5.1 set-up in my living-room and I have been running them in for over 4 weeks now and at this present moment I've very happy with the way they sound. One of the very first things I noticed about the A'Diva was that it sounded 'fuller' than the Micro whilst retaining the exceptionally clean and neutral sound of the Micro. This is probably achieved due to the lower frequency response of the A'Diva aswell as having a larger enclosure. Sound dispersion is definitely wider than the Micro's and imaging seems to be slightly more precise. When I watch DVD movies, I like to watch them LOUD - from a minimum of -10dB to 00dB when the family are out The A'Diva's are able to handle reference level with absolutely no problem what so ever and with absolutely no hint of distortion. In fact, at reference level, the A'Diva actually sound slightly more composed and controlled than the Micro. This is probably due to the A'Diva being in a bigger enclosure. With wider dispersion and slightly better imaging, this means that the A'Divas are slightly better with music in stereo or even better 'Pure Direct' than the Micros. My conclusion is that if anyone is looking for speakers that are relatively small but more importantly is able to produce an exceptionally neutral, full, wide dispersion and well composed sound whilst maintaining very clean with no distortion even at reference levels then give the A'Divas a try. The Nucleas Micro are very good speakers for the money. The A'Diva's are even better and is definitely worth the extra, especially at Eric's powerbuy prices. I am more than happy to answer any questions regarding the A'Diva.