Meadowlark Kestrel question?

Have any owners of this speaker ever tried a low powered SET amp with them? I have an 8 watt amp and am wondering if this would be enough to get decent volume. (I live in a condo so I don't need to shake the walls) Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
you'll get descent volume but not full range.
When I owned the HotRod version, I used three different solid state amps. The smallest was 35 watts. I don't recall their sensitivity.

They use first order crossovers. If they are simple enough, there may not be too much loss across them. Still, 8 watts doesn't sound like enough to me.
I had Kestrel IIs for a couple of years, and even though I never tried them with SE amps, they were very efficient and easy to drive. My sense is that they would sound great in such a set up. Most listening is done with a single watt or less.
I had the Kestral IIs. I tried my Cary CAD 300 SEI & my Pass Aleph 30 on them. The Pass Aleph sounded better.
I recently purchased a pair of Sonus Faber Concerto Domus floorstanders. They have the same Vifa ringtweeter as the Kestral II. I'm going to pair them with a Pass XA30.5 amp.
Hopefully, they will sound as good or better than the Kestral/Aleph combo.
I still use a pair of the original Kestrels. Now they are being driven by a 30 watt integrated. I hooked a 20 watt tri-path amp to them a while ago and it had no problem with them. I will say I rarely listen at loud levels.
FWIW, my ears much prefer the original Kestrels over the Kestrel II.
I am currently using Meadowlark Kestrel 2's and I really think they are nice speakers. I bought a (Rawson clone) First Watt F3 (15W)on A'gon to see how they would do. It was enough power with my phonostage but I felt the amp struggled a little when using just the preamp. My room is 15'x18'x8' and I listen at btwn 65 and 75db. Hope this helps. Enjoy the music.
Thanks for the input. I am going to demo them this weekend and the seller said I could bring my amp :)
Let us know how they perform with your amp. Thanks