I may be shopping around for someone to recone these speakers at a somewhat more affordable price...jus throwing that out there. I had to hear them to make a decision on what to do with them. If these four Waldom recones should turn out to sound like good Greenbacks, I'd let them be. But today I put them in one of my 1960A cabinets and went wild on them with the aid of my '69 Superlead and my Les Paul. Turned it up to "brain melting" volume. And...frankly their tone just fell apart when pushing any amount of air. I swear they FARTED at high volume, and the bass level wasn't high enough for that. They just lost cone control. Sounded BAD, out of an amp that doesn't have a bad sound in it. I bought them cheap expecting to recone them, now I'm sure of it. My reissue Greenbacks are on another plane of existence entirely, by comparison. So it's settled, they'll get reconed. Now for the decision: Reissue Greenback cone or Heritage cone? I'll have to defer to more experienced ears here. Whichever is most "classic Greenback tone" is the one I"ll want.