Hey up. I have a little issue with my Q9C and wondered if anyone could help. My girlfriend's sister and her little nine year old angel of a daughter stayed over recently. The visit was the usual 'fun' . It was a couple of days later whan I had some time to sit down and watch a movie that I noticed something odd about the tweeter in the centre speaker. I looked closer (I could see the problem fom my viewing/listening position and still can... ) and saw a small, child-fingernail sized indentation in the tweeter. Suitable pi55ed off, I got the GF to look and in a Python-esque fit of genious, she said, "how did that happen?" and subsequently pressed her fingernail just below the original mark, following this up with "oh, its quite soft, isn't it?" I'd get kicked off the forum if I repeated what I said. I'm sure a few of you could sympathise. Anyhow, I now have two fingernail marks in my tweeter. It hasn't affected the sound too much, if any, but I can see the damage, even from a distance and it really annoys me. Not knowing much about the Kef Uni-Q drivers, can anyone give me an idea if it would be economically viable to replace the tweeter, or do am I going to have to live with the constant torment of seeing those dents? Here's a link to a picture of the damage: http://uk.geocities.com/[email protected]/ They've visited since and our poor cats were shivering the atmosphere was that frosty... Neil.