Pros Sound quality (adjustable through the use of the bass/treble dials on the front)
Surprising amount of bass
Heavy weight prevents toppling and gives a sturdy feel
Cons Slightly big (85mm x 230mm x 160mm WxHxD)
Gloss finish makes dust and fingerprints stand out
Summary Got these for AU$79 and in short, they're excellent. For a 2.0 system, they have excellent bass (maybe Creative's BasXPort technology really does work) while keeping the mids and highs audible. I'm not really an audiophile so I can't tell whether they're in proportion to each other or whatever you call it. Whatever the case, the sound on these is easily tuned by using the bass and treble dials on the front of the right speaker next to the on/off/volume dial which has a blue ring light up when the speakers are on. Aesthetically, they're very pleasing. The splash of yellow from the mid-range drivers (if you take the cloth grille off) can also add to the hifi look but it doesn't suit me or my desk so I kept the grille on to give it a more muted look.
They only major gripe I have about these is the gloss finish. I've never liked gloss finishes because of their fingerprint-magnetism and these even seem to be dust-magnets. Matte would've been better like the original T20's. Some might complain about the weight but these are desktop speakers after all.