Mapman, the amps I’m using won’t having any problems at all, rated at 900 watts and 4 ohms and 1200 at 2. The Tektons are rated at 4 but do dip below that level. Won’t be any clipping here, and if there is, I’ll upgrade to the 28b3s. Lol. Glupson, again, I don’t see the problem when no one else in all the other threads that have done exactly the same thing, get no grief for it. So it does make it look personal based on that. If that were being applied to everyone that did it, I’d say it was not personal, but then it would be more like the neighborhood compliance police who have to have a say in everything they see you do to your home. I think it snubs free and open conversation. Everyone here knows Miller is speaking without having heard them in person, so nothing is being hidden, and they can take it for what they feel it is worth. I for one prefer to hear people thoughts, even if it means those thoughts come from reviews they’ve read, friends they’ve talked to etc, to bounce ideas off of. I’m pretty good at giving the proper weight to what I’m hearing, and we all have to realize that no matter what, there’s a chance when we get it home, it won’t meet expectations. There’s a chance it might exceed them. The reality is there’s no great way to hear everything we’d like to, and with every combination of equipment we have, or may consider having, much less in our own listening environment. I’ve found that I can tell a lot from what I read, when there’s been enough data posted, and get a pretty darn good idea of what to expect. At times I’ve been suprised, disappointed, or enthralled. As audiophiles, a lot of us move on from equipment we throughly enjoy, because we are in search of the next fix, the next “ upgrade”, for many of us nothing is forever anyways, so if it dosnt work out, we move on.