Magwires Speaker Cable Impressions?

I've toyed around with Radio Shack magnet wire and am now thinking about the Magwires product. A search of Audioasylum showed a few positive comments, but none here and no press at all in general.

My rat shack experiment showed very strangled transients with sweet but rolled off highs and muddy bass; but the midrange was very alive, impressive, and very satisfying.

I've tried many cables in my system in the last few months, but not heard anything more satisfying than what I have.
A good pure copper, (6-9's, OFC) no insulation, or as close as you can get, (enameled/kapton) magnetic wire is about as good as it gets.

What gauge did you use. 12 in my opinion is minimum.

Then you left with the conundrum, to twist them together or widely space them.

At the price of OFC magnet wire, buy a spool and play with any configuration you can dream up, and still have less than a couple of cases of adult hoppy beverages invested.

What a way to fly.

I predict, that in the future, the sales of super expensive wire, will chill.

The fellow who started the mag wire craze is genius. I'm an idiot, I've been using them for years and failed to recognize the market potential. Dirt invested and even at $80/ pair which is 1000's of times mark up, it's still the best sounding and cheapest wire out there.

Also try the mag wire as inner connects.

I tried doubled up 26 gauge and then a single run of 22 gauge. My amp is only 50 wpc, but I presume I'll need several runs to let the dynamics through and get my solid bass back.

Note that I have Mapleshade Golden Helix too. Really natural sounding in many ways and great bass definition and weight, but not as sweet at the top and they pretty much collapse the soundstage.

When you say to use a minimum of 12 gauge, I presume you mean go smaller. I also tried some cheap 18 guage rat shack solid hookup wire. It sounded interested, but I certainly wouldn't call it good.
From the lack of response I must guess that no one has purchased MagWires speaker cables....
Look under Paul Speltz Anti Cables, they are magwires and there's a lot of discussion about them, mostly positive. Running multiple smaller strands of magwire may defeat the object - there's a lot of good info both hear and at the Cable Asylum.