Having had a pair of Australe EZ for 3.5 years, I couldn't be happier👍
Or maybe I could... which is why I am self-importing a pair of Magellan Quatuor (Quartet) 😃
I have learned so much about my speakers that I feel almost duty-bound to pass on my findings. I first set up my Australes with no EQ at all - I've explained my preferred positioning earlier in this thread (basically well out from the back wall and with heaps of toe-in). I sacrificed some imagining with the sharp toe-in, but it was worth it for overall sound presentation.
Fast-forward to Covid lockdown, when I discovered EQ (and I ain't never goin' back, baby). I decided to rotate my speakers outwards (I've found that 13 degrees off the listening angle is the minimum needed for great imaging in my room). Due to differences in on-axis/off-axis frequency response, I now had to make a cut in the mid-3kHz range to avoid excess vocal 'edge'. Next, I ditched the high-pass filter I had used earlier for sub-integration and used EQ for this purpose as well.
I found myself so happy with the result that I wanted more - more detail, more liveliness, more Triangle. As I'd also become quietly convinced of the merits of bipolar configuration, the cheapest Triangle upgrade for me was the Quatuor, which may (or may not) arrive by Xmas🤞