I was watching youtube and they take you to the whole process of building sub enclosures with fiberglass. Summarizing the process, they make just about 4 walls of the enclosure with MDF, they add some rings where the subs are supposed to be. Then add a piece of fabric really tight. The fabric take some really nice shapes tightened like that. Then they add liquid fiberglass resin so the fabric get really solid. They sand, add some bondo and sand again. At the end they brush some primer and finally paint. The enclosure gets a really nice shape with that process. You can watch a video here:I was thinking about using that technique to make the front baffle of a tower speaker. Can any experienced member tell me if fiberglass is sturdy enough to make the front baffle of a speaker? Can I build a curved enclosure with that method instead than adding multiple layers of thin plywood? Thanks in advance.