I bought some KLF 30's about a week ago. I liked them very much, but they were rolled off too fast for my taste. I bought the Bob Crites titanium diaphram ($58 shipped for the pair)and now these things just sound amazing for their price. I've had speakers from $600-$7500 and these are awesome speakers, lets put it that way.
I would recommend looking for a late model, as there are improvements not found in old models. Mine are 2001's and they have the 3 braces inside and foam too. The old ones I believe had none, and then they slowly added more braces in as time went on.
This is what I have read about the KLF 30. I am sure someone who has been with klipsch speakers for along time could tell you better about the changes. The titanium diaphrams are a must IMO. Seams like most are buying them, because it is a big upgrade, and little money. I will say for my money, nothing I know of will beat these speakers in all they do. I prefer theLegacy Focus 20/20's slightly, but those cost me $7k new. Hard to believe they offer so much the Focus did, and under 1k with upgrades,etc.
I can't say if Crites cross overs, and mid diaphrams are any good, cause I haven't tried them yet.