alternatives to spikes on wood floors?

i've got a heavy pair of Thiel 6s. i know i should be using them up on the spikes but i also have soft wood planks as flooring and i don't really want to put these large spike holes in them. Any alternatives?

thanks in advance for all suggestions.
Small metal discs that the spikes can go into to (a number of companies sell these). They will keep the resistance high and protect your floors. If you find the right spot putting them into the floors does yield better results, but at obvious cosmetic expense.
Another possibility is the Aurios. I'm using these between a granite platform and my Talon Khorus to good effect. Also tried Nordost pulsar points and DH cones, but like the Aurios better.
Another possibility is Polycrstal spikes (available from the cable co.) which would be a sonic improvement and will not make holes in your wood floors unless your kids use the speakers as skateboards-
Yeah, I prefer "Lovan's" little metal discs with indentation in the middle! You can put some sort of sorbothane rubber on the bottom for "adhesion". At any rate, it seems to work well
Right on Richards! I, too, love the Aurios! I think that they tighten the bass (although upon first hearing, some people perceive less bass. This is actually the removal of distortion artifacts, which can produce a boomy bass). Imaging in the sound stage also improves!