Nordost "sweet spot"

I have a nice old pair of NHT 2.5i's that seem to prefer
Flatline MK2 to any other SC I have,some 5 times the flatlines price. Is there a sweet spot in the Nordost line, up to say $800 used ,for a biwire pair?
I owned the older Blue Heavens in the past and felt they were very good. I've always heard that the Red Dawns were the "sweet spot" in the line as far as bang for buck goes. However, with their recent changes in their lineup, I really couldn't say.
I just sold a pair of the Nordost Heimdall's that probably would fit your appetite. The Heimdall is the least expensive line that also contains the mono-filament technology that Nordost uses on their more expensive cables. So that would probably be your best 'bang for the buck'.
Thanks, fellas .
With the v2 now available for the Norse line of cables there have been some great buys on AudiogoN for Frey and Heimdall. Blue Heaven and Red Dawn also good but not equal to the first 2 mentioned. These are great cables.
It always depends were you are looking for? I always ask my clients what they use for equipment and cables. What kind of sound they are looking for. Because Nordost has there own properties/ talents? Depends if you are looking for these. I sold a lot of Nordost, you have to use it wisely. I sold a lot of Valhalla in the past. I just sold my Valhalla after 12 years of use. I bought this weekend a Audioquest Redwood. The big difference is that the Redwood has more different properties/talents. This makes it a much better cable than my older Valhalla.