Demo some JPS superconductor. Excellent cable for the money warmer and sweeter than others I have owned(nordost red dawn, kimber monacle)still detailed with great depth and width in the stage.
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I like a very detailed cable, but have auditioned quite a few. Purist Audio Design was one that I auditioned and do not use because of it's warm nature. But that's just my personal preference--this was a very good cable--and might be the right one for you. I did find as you got higher in their line that the cables became more neutral and less warm. I would recommend starting near the bottom of the line and working your way up until the "warmth" factor is right for you.
You might try XLO Type 6, with a single run for the highs & a shotgun run for the mids & bass. These will give you all the qualities of the type 5 without the expense. The detail & soundstage will be great, lots of width & depth. The bass will be first class. I used this setup on a pair Vandersteen Model IV's. I thought it worked really well. Good Luck