Thanks for the comments everyone. This post has a picture of the white Acorn shirt being worn:http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...734#post324734
I'm on the left, and the shirt's been laundered perhaps 5 or 6 times at that point. I not only have a long and skinny neck, but also a wider head than normal, so I think I always look goofier in normal width collars. The collar points are 3 7/8 inches long, and the collar is 1.5 inches tall. The linen sport shirt's collars are different since its collar can't be buttoned.
The edge stitching is one of many choices. You can also have quarter stitching, as you can see on the linen shirt's collar. I like edge stitching because it's cleaner-looking to me, but I think they can do any kind of stitching you want --- there were some wild-looking western shirts in their shop with all sorts of intricate embroidery, as well as a tux shirt with the craziest, biggest ruffles I had ever seen, lined in bright colors. You can see some examples on their website:http://www.antoshirt.com
FP, I've attached a closeup of the linen-cotton shirt's collar so you can see the edge stitching more closely.
Kronik, it's about $325 for the 200s, $300 for the 170s, linens, and 3-ply, and $275 for the Acorn 160s.
FC, I'm so glad you decided to give the Orions an audition. I remembered thinking "I need another large speaker like I need another hole in the head" when I auditioned them, as I had a pair of Aerial 10Ts that I was very happy with, but came away thinking that the Orions were the best speakers in the world, and began scheming to get a pair. I still think that way 3 or 4 years hence, and now all box speakers, whether they're $200 NHTs or $40K Wilsons all basically sound the same to me with the same box-speaker flaws overriding whatever positive attributes they may have. I hope you'll enjoy them for a long time to come.