Sorry guys, but I have no intention of changing amplifiers. At the risk of stepping on some toes, I hate to say it, but, I am growing tired of uninformed people telling me that the 15 watt amps can't possibly drive the Totems. Something I guess you read somewhere, or deduced on your own according to their sensitivity specs. I wish you all could be here to experience the system blow your socks off. I am talking about real, in the room, live musical presence. Gee, should I have stayed with the 300 watt solid state monoblocs? No, they sounded like shit! And, That was even before I had the Totems. That was with the "hard to drive" Magnepan Mg 111A's. I was hoping someone out there might have some real, tangible experience to enlighten me on the sound of the Zu products. It scares me when it is said that the sound of their speakers make some people run as fast as they can from the room. What does that mean? Is it too hard? too bright? too grey? Veiled? lacking in tonal color? very fast and dynamic, but unmusical? Sorry, but I am a mature audiophile and it goes beyond cheap thrills for me. I want a product that nurtures my musical quest for years to come. So, if i am so happy, why would I want to change to another speaker? Well, I am an audiophile. I guess I can't help myself, I don't know any better!