Hoping not to start another cable war... My home theater speakers are connected to the receiver by miles of white, flexible, Monster XP cable. I think it all sounds fine, but I've always wondered about the cable itself because the cable has a 'core' (plastic?) surrounded by copper strands it seems. It seems to me that the cable overall doesn't have a whole lot of copper in it. Does it compare to a 16, 14, or 12ga 'regular' copper cable? It would be a big effort to rewire my setup, but I am curious as to whether this cable is really limiting my system because it seems to have so little copper in it. Please save me any sermons on why I should spend 10 times as much on speaker wires though.