There is a little bit of story attached to this so please skip ahead if you like; basically I had some cheapo speakers with a 40 watt paper cone woofer and a 3 watt (yes 3 bloody watts) tweeter. That was until I blew out the foam surrounding the woofer. So I went to my hifi shop and bought some new woofers and tweeters. What I ended up getting were 2 X 8" 80 Watt woofers by Crown (A Canadian company I cant seem to find any support online for) and 2 X 100 Watt Peerless soft dome tweeters, 1 inch I believe. I was messing around on the www like any good dork, and I figured out that it probably should sound better than before due to better components(I hope). So I pull out the drivers again since replacing them, and take a look at the wire - yep ghetto 20 gauge wire with some really bad insulation, also notable was the 4.7 uF / 50 volt cap for the tweeter and the piece of wood glued to the back of the cabinet that should have been taken out when the holesaw drilled the hole for the woofer. Brutal. Anyways; I figured what the hell, why not replace all the garbage including the spring clip binding posts with some nice gold plated ones and some 12 gauge OFC wire as well. Sorry this post is so long (well if anyone cared to read it , my question is should I still be using that 4.7 uF / 50 volt cap for the tweeter? Or can I buy a Xover from partsexpress for say 3000 Hz and let it go from there? My specs are as follows if it helps : [Tweeter] Peerless (cat no:811528) : 8 Ohm; 91 dB; 95x95mm; 31mm deep; 26mm vc; 100 watts; 980 Hz fs; 3.5-20KHz; Qc 000926 If some of those specs dont make sense feel free to make fun of me as Im not too sure exactly what they mean anyways I just found them on a site selling these. [Woofer] Cambridge Crown 800: 8 Ohm; RES. 40 Hz; Freq. RES. 30-2.5Khz 80 Watts RMS Ive tried reading a lot of how to's on the web and Im afraid I cant understand a lot of it, its my limited brain capacity. Thanks for anything. Thanks for any advice/opinions you can give me, I appreciate it!