First, these speakers are just ok. I had one blown speaker and replaced that one first. The OEM audio system was the base system, so I expected these admittedly cheap speakers to at least be on par with that low bar. This speaker seemed to have about the same frequency response as the OEM speaker, but generates markedly less volume at the same power level.
However, my main annoyance was with installation. The speaker doesn't fit the OEM mounting, so you get an extra mounting bracket, ok. However, the the angles are wrong for the extension tabs that reach out to the original mounting screw holes. Apparently Crutchfield never heard of a Toyota Camry. So you can't even fix this by drilling the plastic bracket, but rather need to drill the metal door. The speaker-to-bracket mounting screws are so tiny they nearly pull through the holes, and have non-locking washers -- as well as blank heads, making tightening a challenge. Look forward to future buzzing, vibration and rattling. Finally, the provided wire harness is ludicrously too short, so you will be splicing.
This is the headache you get installing into the best-selling model of the country's best-selling car. This was still not a difficult project, and Crutchfield did actually warn of some of this at checkout. However, this could and should easily have been a couple of quick screws into a correct-fit bracket, and simply plugging in a wire harness of adequate length.
Pros: Cheap. Reasonably flat response.
Cons: Inefficient (low volume). Non-fitting mounting bracket and too-short wire harness for a ubiquitous automobile.