Synergistic New Tesla Line...Any comments?

I just bought Synergistic Research's new Tesla Accelerator speaker cables and Tesla Vortec interconnects from The Cable Company. I have tried many demo cables from The Cable Company over the past year. These were the first to give me that WOW factor I been looking for so long.

Does anyone have these cables and can you please post your impressions and comments? Thanks.
Pursuant to my earlier posting in reply to your comments, how much are we willing to sacrifice in search of the elusive Ultimate Sound Stage? You know the soundstage I am referring to. The one no one has but that is tantalizingly dangled before our audio eyes by various cable makers including SR year after year with each game-changing breakthrough.

You know the soundstage I am referring to. The one that destroys our walls. The one that extends clear into the neighbor's back yard and right over to the apartment block across the street. I mean how much do we REALLY need to be satisfied with the music? When do we finally say "This is great. I'm satisfied. The buck stops here."? Will I be gnashing my teeth till I'm 97 over the latest Super SE MK VII that I just missed out on -- and could not afford anyway?
Mk1/ MK2/ MK2.5/ MK3SE/ Super MKZx4 SE soon to come with new Tesla Power bolts made from the new and improved SE Quantum Tunnel with a wider more dynamic shot to components it comes in contact with.

The Super MKZx4 will cause the dead musicians you have listened to for years to come back to life and play in your very own sound system. As far as the living musicians go you will have to wait till the MKZx5T comes out in 45 days after the MKZx4 has been released.

Enjoy spending the coin LOL.

I totally agree with your thoughts. I believe there is (was?) a loyal SR following but if the company doesn't appear to reciprocate that loyalty back to their core clients, then they may go the way of companies like Virtual Dynamics. I'm not in the business, but anyone who's been in the hobby even a few years know that that the volume of existing core client base for any brand far outweighs any new clientele in this very niche market.

A 70% trade in on an upgrade to a product that is at least twice as much as the original is a slap in the face for the most loyal clients and high rollers. So if you are already at the top of the line, you can't get a deal on upgrading to the newest product, but if you are a newer client or lower down the ladder, you get more perks. That doesn't seem right in light of the fact that many other competitors offer up to 100% trade in value when you upgrade to the latest higher product. SR is really doing nothing to keep their best clients happy. We all know how much the mark up is on the materials cost of cable so it's not like SR is going to actually lose money by giving a more generous upgrade policy that rewards the most loyal core group.

In any case, it's a shame that the aggressive marketing is turning off existing clients because they do make good products that work.
As audio companies become bigger customer loyalty sometimes becomes less important for them. When they do not think that reciprocating customer loyalty is important anymore things change. Customers vote with their feet.

A lot of SR's customers are well-heeled folks to whom money comes easily. I mean, who can afford to shell out 5 or 10 grand with each product upgrade unless there is big money in the picture. Others, like me, have to make it the old fashioned way. We have to earn it slowwwwly. At some point new products become out of reach. One's desire for better sound has to be tempered with the realism that there are priorities in life and the musical buck has to stop somewhere.

I am satisfied with the solution I have come up with for my system. I don't feel I am missing anything although there are other products out there that could bring my system to a higher level. The fact is there will ALWAYS be products out there that will do that. You cannot have everything in life and it is best to learn this lesson and save yourself a lot of grief.
I told you so guy's...this SR thread reads like minutes from a cult meeting! It's voodoo cablenomics:O)