Hello my friends! I'm in the process of incorporating a home theater into my living room stereo setup. I have a nice "mid-fi" setup consisting of a Rotel integrated amp, a Rotel CD player and B&W DM602 S3 standmounted bookshelf speakers. Interconnects and speaker cables drive me nuts! With my stereo I did not want to take a chance on wiring being the weak link, so after doing some research I splurged on a pair of internally biwired Kimber Kable 8TC speaker cables and a Kimber Kable Silver Streak analogue interconnect. I am quite pleased with how it sounds. However, I am now adding a Yamaha RX-A1020 AV receiver and 3 other B&W DM602 S3 speakers in a 5.1 setup. I have a Samsung smart TV and a Samsung Blu-Ray player. Thing is, these speaker cable runs will be much longer and I cannot afford to run Kimber Kable 8TC for the rear channel. But I DO want to use the best speaker cables that I can afford. I have been reading reviews of supposed 5 star cables over at What Hi-Fi Sound and Vision magazine's website. I am considering a few options. They give Audioquest FLX-SLiP 14/4 high marks, and it seems to be affordable budget cable. I am considering buying a spool of this, doing double runs for bi-wiring and adding my own banana plugs to them. Other options are the highly rated Wireworld Luna 7 and cables by QED. I'm willing to spend money on cables, I'd just prefer to not go crazy if I don't need to for excellent sound. Your thoughts?