I was going to try making some cat5 speaker cables since I'm quite familiar with it. Not to brag but I've overseen and designed 100s of miles of fiber optic and copper cable plants. Category 5 unshielded twisted pair cable (cat5 utp) has an impedance of 100 ohms. Mismatching impedances produce reflections, meaning a signal sent down a wire can be repeated back to you. So my question is doesn't this impedance make cat5 a poor speaker cable at best? Does one WANT a speaker cable with high impedance. The reason I'm asking is because I own electrostatic speakers. Most of what I've read says they are unusual with respect to amplifier, cables. Something along the lines of the ESL panel itself presenting some capacitance to the amp. What kinds of speaker wires are said to go best with ESLs? I know, I should listen myself but I really don't have the time to audition 6 pairs of wire. PLEASE DON'T TURN THIS INTO A "IT DOESN'T MATTER" thread. This linkage is important to my system and I'm curious about the various cap/imp values for speaker wire and thier effect on ESLs. Thanks in advance!