I'm half way through my theater/music room upgrade and I'm second guessing myself. I have Nautilus 802's, HTM1, and 803's (may upgrade to 802's in the future) for speakers. I've ordered a B&K Ref. 50 for my Pre/Pro. Planned on five B&K Ref. 200.1 mono-blocks for amplification. Here's the question, in reading many threads on-line, people are recommending Bryston, Classe', Krell, etc. for use with the 802's. I can't afford those solutions. In addition, I wanted mono-blocks or separate amplifiers so that I can run short speaker wires and take advantage of the balanced interconnects (two of the runs are 60+ feet). My local B&M dealer carries Rotel and B&K. I've narrowed my choices down to two options: Rotel RMB 1090. Has 380 watts per channel; not sure of current and can't be used as a mono-block. I could bi-amp but wouldn't be able to use the balanced interconnects. or B&K Ref. 200.1 - 200 watts per channel; 150 amps peak to peak - active balanced circuit/interconnects - and can bi-wire due to the mono-block's configuration while still utilizing the balanced interconnects. Based on my Pre/pro, speakers, etc. - which solution would you recommend? Room is 23'8" X 24'X 8'. Thanks.