And yes, it does things no other speaker I've ever heard can do. The soundstage is very 3D and immersive, fine detail is not smeared by diffraction and reflection and images seem very solid and real.
I do have dynamic floorstanders as my reference, the Pioneer S-1EX, which are imo, one of the best traditional dynamic speakers around regardless of price. So far everyone likes my speaker better, some much better, saying my speaker is far more engaging and fun to listen to. It's also fun hearing people try to describe the difference in soundstage when they have no idea what a soundstage is. But everybody notices it, it's one of the first things they say about the differences.
The downside? It's not as good outside the sweetspot as a typical dynamic speaker. I have not been able to equal the exceptionally flat on-axis response of the Pioneers, but nobody seems to notice that.