I recently replaced the stock sound system in my wife's Dodge Ram. I used these Kicker 6x9 components up front and the matching 6.5's in the rear doors. Along with a Pioneer head, a pair of Fosgate 12's in a sealed enclosure under the rear seat and a dedicated sub amp, the truck got a complete audio overhaul. The difference all of this made to the sound system in the truck was nothing short of outstanding. These 6x9s add just the right amount of mid-range and mid-bass up front to help smooth out the freq range and the tweets add a clean brightness that's nice, but not too harsh. While I had to fab up some adapters to drop the tweets in the dash, the install was fairly straight forward. I've had them in the vehicle for a week or so now and after a little EQ and crossover tweaking, the sound just keeps getting better. We listen to all kinds of music, just about everything from classic country and rock to modern metal and dub-step, even a little hip hop and occasionally some jazz...these components deliver! I've been a "backyard" installer and an audio electronic hobby enthusiast for well over 20 years, when you're talking bang for the buck and simplicity of install, Kicker nailed it. The two systems I purchased were quite reasonably priced and the comparison over the stock units was laughable (in Kicker's favor). Bottom line, I'm very pleased with these Kicker products and would recommend them to anyone looking for a cost effective, ear pleasing upgrade.
Pros: Reasonable cost, sturdy construction, pleasing audio performance.
Cons: Wished the crossover had terminals rather than being hard-wired to the component leads, added a slight challenge to the install and doesn't allow for a speaker wire upgrade. More of a personal preference than a "Con" however, the system seems to function just fine.