Any suggestions on kit or completely DIY SS amplifiers that offer not only good performance (power, distortion, frequency response, SNR, etc.) but also are a great value? This would be something I would build a large quantity of to use in combination with custom active monitors that are actively bi-amped or tri-amped. I've looked at some of the gainclone designs, and though it looks like performance is good, the power is a bit low (usually 50W without using bridging and such) and the cost doesn't really seem that great. This question is of course coming from someone who doesn't believe Rotel amplifiers and Krell amplifiers sound different, so there isn't any need for "exotic" designs, but rather no-frills get the job done with value designs. Power would ideally be in the 100+ watt per channel range into a 4 ohm load, with good low impedance handling as they will be driving individual drivers directly, possibly without impedance compensation. I've looked at some "commercial" multichannel amps from ATI, Adcom, and the like that would work great and offer a pretty good value. Any DIY option would have to come in significantly lower in cost to make the time expenditure worth it. I don't need any "cabinets" as they will most likely be incorporated into the monitors. Just good quality "bulk" amplifier channels. Mono design would be nice, but is probably overkill and probably would be more of a hassle to deal with all the power supplies. Ideas?