I have a question concerning bi-amping. I am about to do this with my mains, my question is which of the following methods will give me the best results? First off let me tell you what I have. I have two identical power amps rated at about 250 watts per channel or 600 watts mono. My speakers are Infinity Kappa's which are rated to handle 300 watts and they are capable of bi-amping. I don't have an external crossover so I am stuck using the speakers internal one. As of right now I have the amps set up in mono mode where one amp is powering one speaker and the other amp is powering the other speaker. Anyways, I have heard two different methods concerning bi-amping. Method #1: Use one amp for one speaker and the other for the other one. Another words, one channel of Amp "A" will power the highs for Speaker "A" and channel 2 of amp "A" will power the drivers and so on. Method #2: Use one amp for the highs and one amp for the drivers (lows). Another words amp "A" would power the drivers of speaker "A" and speaker "B" while amp "B" would power the tweets for both speaker "A" and "B". Hope this makes sense. Anyway, what will yield the best results? Thanks in advance.