I am replacing 36 year old paper cone factory speakers in a 1976 Ford Gran Torino. These will be driven by the stock AM-FM mono radio which is wired to three speakers. One small speaker in the dash (I haven't determined exactly what size or what I'm going to replace it with. The other two are 6x9's on the back deck, and that's what I'm looking to replace now. As it is, I can do as Autograph insists, and turn up the radio, and at full volume it is barely audible over 40-50mph wind/tire/road noise. At 1/2 to 2/3 volume it's actually pretty good sounding, if the car's off and not moving. At some point I want to install one of those little half DIN amplified graphic equalizers in the glovebox. So I want to purchase speakers that will be able to handle a bit of power, probably 50-75 watts as the equalizers I'm looking at are typically 100w or 150w units. QUESTION ONE: I am torn between 2-way and 3-way speakers. At first I will only be using these new back speakers for sound. Later when I change out the front speaker I will be using all three of them. Will a 2-way speaker provide enough vocals or should I just get the 3-way ones? QUESTION TWO: Looking at the specs of speakers I see many that have 25 or 28 ounce magnets, a few 40 ounce ones, some 50's and occasionally a 60 ounce magnet. Does the weight of the magnet have a direct impact on sound quality and power handling? Should I have a magnet weight to consider as a minimum or would some of the under 40 ounce ones be fine? I will probably purchase on Amazon. The speakers I'm finding seem to fall into four categories: 1) cheap and not so good: Boss, Pyramid, etc, with average reviews of 4 stars or less, priced under $30 a pair, 2-way or 3-way. 2) cheap but rated quite well, there are some certain models of Boss and SSL speakers with all 5-star ratings for $40 or less a pair. 3) name brand, low-to mid range, Pioneers, Kenwoods, Sonys, these are usually $45-$60 with shipping included and the ratings are usually 4 to 5 stars on average. 4) high end, Rockford Fosgate, Kicker, MB Quarts, starting around $70 and up to and over $100 a pair, always good reviews. I'm trying to avoid speakers that are lighted or are not white, black, or blue in cone color. That is to say, the Boss speakers that are red and the Duals that light up in neon blue (what a gimmick!) are pretty much out regardless of quality. Blue or black or gray or something neutral is good, I have a blue interior, and I probably won't have grilles on these at first until I refinish my package shelf and get it all carpeted and detailed up. QUESTION THREE: I have heard some of these off-brands, NAXA, SoundStormLabs, Boss, they're all made by the same company and marketed in different colors for no particular reason. Why then would some perform well and some not so much? So that's pretty much it. Basically I'm looking at some $24 speakers, some $38 speakers, some $48 speakers, some $70 speakers, and I just want to know your OPINIONS, man, if you've used any of these brands I mentioned for a car, no five thousand watt amps, no wall of subs, just a pair of good speakers to get rid of the OEM paper trash. If 6 5-star ratings on a $38 set of speakers means it's worth it then I'll get the SSL GS369's. If the $24 Planet Audio 3-ways are actually better than old paper speakers, that's fine by me. And if they all aren't worth the polyproylene they're printed on, then steer me towards the Kicker KS or whatever. I don't WANT to spend $120 on speakers. But I ALSO don't want to spend short money now and then another $120 later to make it not so miserable. If it makes any difference I mostly listen to strong local radio stations (classic rock mostly) and 192kpbs MP3 files fed through an FM transmitter (ditto). Poll is for answers to questions one and two, I'd like you to post replies with insight on three.