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

Sorry, the table I bought came from the second hand market was not offered with the Brinkmann arm. I cannot make that comparison for you. 
When I had my Rock III I used an modified Rega RB 251 on it. The Audiomods Classic III has the same head shell and arm length as the Rega and would work. Not sure about the Elite, but my version of the Townshend table would only take a 9 inch arm. Perhaps Origin Live would be a good option for you also. 
The best value is Victor UA-7045 and long 7082 (in you can find one with perfect counterweight rubber grommet), Denon DA-401, Sony PU-7 ... for slightly over $1k Technics EPA-100 or Lustre GST-801 
have u ever had the brinkmann arm? How does it compare to the audiomods arm?
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
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 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. 

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!