I have a set of WGS Veteran 10's in my 2x10, paired to Princeton Reverb head. They won out over:
Jensen P10R-F (or FEN)
Tone Tubby Alnico San Rafael's
Celestion VT Jr.
The Jensen's were very good. The Tone Tubby's were also very good and might well have won had I given more time for speakers to settle in. The Ramrods were simply not what I was looking for, and the VT Jr's just had some kind of "thing" in the upper mid's that MY ears just didn't care for. Lower power/SPL speakers were important to me, but the Ramrod's were something a already had on hand and pretty much already knew that they weren't what I was looking for...but a what the heck, give 'em a try type thing.
The Princeton is custom built turret board construction, but only difference is Power toggle moved to front panel, a mid boost toggle added to front, old on/off toggle in back now lift's NFB (though rarely used). That and a single pedal, a Rockett Blue Note, gives me all the edge of breakup/overdrive I'm looking for out of this amp, and for that, Vet's worked very very well. The Vet's have been in for about a year, but if I ever get tired of them, I'm going to give those TT another shot, as I still wonder about them.
Speaker week for me it looks like. On top of the two Veteran which I love, I also got a used Greenback G10 at a great price. It replaces a Vox VX10 in the other 2X10 cab. It complements it up pretty good.
Much like Eminence they produce some excellent speakers many of which are their take on Celestions and other popular models. I'm a fan of Eminence speakers myself but WGS speakers are every bit as good.