Hi- new member here. It's got to push at least 200 watts per channel RMS at 4 ohms stable into 2 channels. I've not been able to find a single reasonably priced receiver that would do that- heck, I can't even find an outrageously priced receiver that will do that. Some of Onkyo's receivers are rated down to 4ohms, but then if you read the online manual (pdf format), it says anything lower than 6ohms will damage the speakers. So I guess I'm going to be stuck with running a dedicated amp- which is OK I guess. So I'd like to keep it under 700 bucks (street price), but I need an amp that will be reliable, supply at least 200 watts RMS at 4 ohms (higher wattage is fine too... more the better, just needs to be at least 200), and won't create listener fatigue... I like to listen to music for hours on end, so I don't want an amp that is going to make my speakers sound any harsher or brighter than they already do with a 'neutral' amplification source. So what amp (or receiver if you actually know of one) would be best for this application? The only one that I've found that looks OK is AdCom's GFA-5400 and 5500 amps... but I've heard that they tend to make speakers much brighter and harsher than they would be otherwise, so that kind of scares me. What do you suggest?