So I've finally decided on what components I'm going to get (digital designs DDA) and I'm planning on running them active. There was suggested to me from someone that knows a little more about staging then I do but I would like to see what other people think. And I've never heard of it being done this way but it sounds like a good idea.
So the suggestion was to run the drivers in the stock location but with the tweeters next to the drivers in the kick of the door and another tweeters in the dash area, possibly A piller or dash depending on what stages better. I don't remember exacts but suggesting to cross over the tweeter in the door at I think 2.5khz and tweeter in the upper stage at 10khz. I don't remember the exact crossover points but you get the idea. Basically suggesting to me to buy the crossover caps that go in line and try different crossover points until I find what I like.
Now this is time consuming but I'm willing to spend the time working on it and dialing it in if it's worth it. And of course there are a ton of different ways to wire and run components. So with not planning on making custom kicks or door pods but just running them with this suggested locations what do you guys think? Good, bad, awesome?
Edit: below are pics of possible tweeter location besides in the dash.