Here's some tips for you, assuming you haven't installed them yet:
The fronts, turn the Tweeter switch from +3 to 0. It's a little too bright. The backs seem to be okay with +3, which is how mine were shipped, even though the manual says the default is 0.
Also, get yourself some foam tape and cover some of the factory cabling for window switches etc with it to cushion them so they don't rattle from the power of these speakers when you are doing your front door installs and have the panel off.
thanks for the tip. i would have forgotten about the cables.
i will be applying some dynamat to the steel door around the speaker as a bezel. i noticed there's a plastic cover on the door. is it a pain to remove partially?