Good value arm with high quality internal wire

Can anyone here recommend a tonearm which has the following properties:
1. stiff
2. low resonating
3. very good internal wire
4. Good VFM

I ask this on the basis that I need a new arm for my Townshend Elite Rock

Hey, we own the same table. I would take a look at the new Series Six arm by Audiomods in England. Carbon fiber arm tube, ceramic bearings, uninterrupted run of silver wire from cartridge tags to KLEI RCA plugs, variable-mass counterweight, azimuth adjustment, micrometer VTA. Reasonably priced at 985BPS.

If you want an arm that is well known to be a beautiful pairing with the Rock Elite, you can look for a Zeta (that's what's on my Rock), then send it to Johnnie at Audio Origami in the UK for rewiring. He knows the arm well, and offers a variety of silver wire, as well as Cardas copper. The metal arm plate that came with the Elite is even drilled appropriately for the Zeta!

I have an Audiomods Series Six on a Brinkmann Bardo table, Not sure it would be able to accept the damping paddle for the Townshend trough though. 

Maybe a Kuzma would do the job. 
The Kuzma Stogi or Stogi Reference will work on the Rock, as their headshells are flat. The higher priced Kuzma, with their reinforced headshells, won't. I think the Audiomods arm's headshell will also work, but check with the arm's maker for verification.
I know audiomods wont fit - spoke to jeff already. Unfortunately a reed, ikeda or kuzma are very expensive and don't fit my question - good value meaning cheap - sub $1000. So as you are aware i do have a Mission/jelco already - if u understand the trough it largely takes the arm out of the equation hence the original question
have u ever had the brinkmann arm? How does it compare to the audiomods arm?