I will be receiving these speakers around the end of the week and want to do what I can to be ready for them!\nBasically, this is the upper half of the SX-T2 (link to AH review below) with the upgrade to the reference drivers.\nAudioholics review of RBH SX-T2\n\nIn this review, in the section addressing impedance and phase plots Gene says:\nIn my experience, I haven't measured a more benign loudspeaker load. Based on these measurements, and the high sensitivity of the design, any decent amplifier (even a rigid receiver) should be able to drive these speakers quite well.\nBased on the low impedance profile of the T-1 at high frequencies, I recommend using low resistance cables (10AWG or less) to minimize potential frequency variations. \n\nThe above SX-T2 is the proper physical configuration, but the T-30LSE reviewed below gives uses the exact drivers of the SX-T1\/R ("\/R" = Reference drivers). The drivers are laid out in the same arrangement, however this speakers combines the upper and lower module into a single cabinet.\n\nAudioholics review of RBH T-30LSE\n\nThe saddle point in the impedance graph lies just below 20Hz. While these speakers represent a relatively benign phase shift of +12 to -30 degrees across the entire audio band, the dip of 3 ohms centered around 90Hz and 2.5 ohms above 6kHz gives concern for driving them with amplifier of modest current output. I suggest using a beefy amp safely rated down to 4 ohms and definitely using an amplifier with a lowish output impedance to minimize frequency response variations. \n\nI'd appreciate any comments, but here are my specific questions:\n1) Source for 10 GA speaker wire. I am not interested in paying more for pretty, however, I do place a value on cables that are not stiff. So a simple, but pliable 10 GA speaker cable is what I am after.\n2) I'm not sure what "an amplifier with a lowish output impedance" is! Does that mean an amplifier capable of lowish output impedance or something else?\n3) Ideally, I would like to use a Niles SI-2150 (specifications listed under "Product Highlights" in Crutchfield link below). Any concerns here?\n\nNiles SI-2150 specs via Crutchfield\n\n4) IIRC, these weigh in just under 100 pounds. Any recommendations on speaker stands?\nThanks for your help!