I'd like to add a front channel to my stereo this spring. Currently, there are two speakers cut into the rear on either side of the rear passenger compartment, since the previous owner left me with some big old holes there. They make plenty of sound, but the problem is that with the top off, you wind up putting them at a level that is deafening to anyone sitting in the back seat. The obvious answer is to balance that out a bit with some sound up front. I'd like to maintain a clean and uncluttered appearance, so I am focusing on using the stock speaker location in the dash. The way I see it, I have two options there. I can either use the Retrosound dual voice coil 4x8 speaker or I can make a bracket and put two 4" speakers in the same spot. I recognize that neither solution is going to produce hi-fidelity sound, nor is the Scout a hi-fi listening environment. But I'm curious which solution is likely better to produce better sound. My gut tells me that two speakers will do better than one, despite the "stereo input" on the retrosound. But my gut also tells me that 4" speakers are tiny and are going to sound like poop. I know a lot about a lot of different things. But I'm no audio expert. So which direction should I take ?