As heated as some of the threads seem to get here, I hope I am not opening up a can of worms, but I am looking for recommendations for upgrading speaker wires. I would like to get the best wire for money. I would like to spend less than $200~$300.00 if I can, but it's all open as I want this system to rock once I am done. The runs I need are as follows: Front Left and Right - 4 meters each (only need 1 on the left, but am going for symetry) Center - 2 meters Surrounds - 10 meters each (running through the ceiling) I have checked out Kimber Kable, but the Monocle (sp?) XL's was thousands, so I kind of ran screaming from that experience. I don't really want to do this myself (i.e. I don't want to rig some coax's, solder them together, heat shrink them, and then curse when we sell the house and I have to do it all over again,) but I would like the best bang for the buck. The system I am slowly building is going to have Swan Diva's (6.1's, C3, and R-3's) along with an SVS 16-46 PCi (still waiting on that to ship). I ordered the Better Cable sub-wire, so that's taken care of already. I want to hear everything that is there, and nothing that is not. The amp I am running is a Denon 3802 if that matters and we mainly listen to HT, with about 30% going to music. Any advice on products, wire guage, connectors, web links, or other sources will be greatly appreciated. Oh, I think the Diva's require a 10 mm spade, but I don't know which connector, if any I am going to use.