The FP60 is a straight-up, rock-solid, well-braced, ported box. Around back, the port’s mouth is beautifully radiused and blends into the cabinet without join. The high-quality connectors are placed quite high on the rear panel, which isn’t exactly optimal — your cables need to reach up, up, up — and detracts from the appearance. Rather have the binding posts down low. Another gripe: the grilles attach by ye olde-school method of a peg-and-hole friction fit. In this day of such high-tech miracles as magnets, there’s no excuse for warting up such a nice baffle as this, especially considering the FP60 healthy retail price.