I just ordered the ATI AT2004 amp to power my Phil3 speakers (and potential future dual RBH SX-1010 subs). So I was checking for measurements. Many of us know ATI makes OEM amps for "half a dozen" other companies. Some include Mark Levinson, Lexicon, JBL, Earthquake Sound, Cinepro, and Outlaw Audio. So I saw this on Home Theater Magazine regarding the Outlaw 7500, which is a clone of the AT2005: http://www.hometheater.com/content/outlaw-audio-7500-5-channel-power-amplifier-measurements "This graph shows that the 7500’s left channel, with two channels driving 8-ohm loads continuously at 1 kHz, reached 0.1% distortion at 284.9 watts and 1% distortion at 342.3 watts. Into 4 ohms, the amplifier reached 0.1% distortion at 447.6 watts and 1% distortion at 492.8 watts. With five channels driven continuously into 8-ohm loads, the AVR reached 0.1% distortion at 260.1 watts and 1% distortion at 301.1 watts. The manufacturer’s stated distortion of 0.03% was reached at 238.7 watts, which is actually higher than the spec'd 200Wpc at that distortion level with all channels driven." All 5 channels driven into 8ohm produces 301 Watts RMS @ 1% THD. Yet, it is specified as a 200wpc amp. Now that is what I call under-spec! Or is there something seriously wrong with HTM?