I should add a few more comments about the Tab10 to give a more complete picture of what these speakers are all about. One of the things that really strikes me about them is how versatile they are. The sound is detailed enough and the physical size is small enough to use them as studio monitors on your desk with a 100 or 140. They also have enough punch to sound the part on the end of a 250 in a large room. Chris Bell has noted excellent results even on the end of a 500.
Regarding my earlier comparison to the ATC 7s, while the 7s almost seem to ask for more power, and they give you a lot more if you put a bigger amp on them, the Tab10s equally give more with a bigger amp but they do not seem to ask for more. On the end of a Nait2 they are very well behaved and I never get the sense they are asking for more. In that regard they are very civilized. The extra performance is there but they're not constantly reminding you of it.
Another thing that strikes me about the Tab10s is just now natural they are. I have tried a number of control and source combinations on them so far and never once have I heard a note and thought, "that's not quite right". All the music with all the different gear at any volume has always sounded like it should.
I think they are one of the best looking speakers I have ever seen. The fit and finish is outstanding. The Tab10s are destined to become a classic.