JBL LSR2325 by npulsipher
Disclaimer: This is the first pair of monitors that I've owned. I do have experience using other monitors, but they have all been high end monitors in well established studio. So take this review however you want.
I know that there are some members of this forum that are of the opinion that entry level studio monitors are a waste of money and that you would be better off spending spending your money on "home audio" speakers. And they have the right to that opinion.
To that, let me just say that I have bought home speaker systems that were much more expensive, but none of them have anywhere near as flat a response, or where as accurate, or as truthful as these JBL monitors. Since I started using them, my mixes have been translating much better.
I do most of my work out around town and record everything from rock, to jazz, to classical. The JBLs have worked excellently across all of the genres that I record.
The stereo imaging is also excellent, with a large sweet spot so you have some move around and your not stuck in one position during long mixing session.
They are not the best monitors in the world, and I've heard monitors that are much better than these. But they meet my needs, and have greatly improved the quality of my mixes. And that's all that matters to me.