Edit: Yes, Klipsch just launched the RF-7 III, and RC-64 III, with 10" units. They are also outrageously expensive, and I don't know what room you would put them in, in a regular house!
Edit 2: Photo of shipped boxes at home.
Electronics Expo, a authorized Klipsch 3rd party dealer via Amazon, according to Klipsch's website list (Klipsch Authorized Dealers) has these speaker pairs, or eaches (for floorstanders, center channels) on discount for Like New product in Walnut Vinyl, Piano Black, Ebony, and Cherry Vinyl.
The reference premiere line are the mid-tier/top-of-the-line units (Cerametallic, Titanium Tweeters) before you get into the Heritage products (unless I'm mistaken), launched late last year at CES 2018.
There are two other Klipsch authorized sellers via 3rd party on Amazon doing the same thing as of the last 2 days.
I can confirm I have received everything I ordered a few days ago (two-day shipping, fulfilled by Amazon). I was shipped brand new factory sealed product, direct from Voxx (Klipsch's parent company). EE specifically told me via phone, that if they do not have open boxes, they are shipping brand new factory sealed product.
Do expect to pay sales tax, the company was registered in my state. Below is what I paid (for Walnut Vinyl):
$329.77/each RP-280F Floorstand - Retail $599/each (I bought 2)
$389.77/each RP-450C Center Channel - Retail $519/each (I bought 1)
$269.77/pair RP-160M Bookshelf - Retail $439/pair (I bought 3)
It is to your benefit to check the other reference premier products as well via Amazon, should you not want these (or sold out), there's plenty still up for sale, as of this morning, 2/8/18. You may find better pricing than I did.
I have not seen a better deal on these speakers as separates, except for one sale over a year ago on the slightly older sets (in a bundle).
Review from Zeos (via Reddit RP-150M): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXi-20hxkok