What Gives? NuForce Reference 8 100wpc Mono's

These amps look like an intriguing offering, I checked out their website and apparently they are for real.

Has anyone heard this new switching amp technology? Top quality parts and inovative design, to be sure. Said to compare favorably with all the other Class D and Class T amps, Bel Canto, PS, Rowland, Tripath, H2O, Spectron, Tact, ICEpower etc.

I read several rave reviews with users (who usually like what they buy [I know I do], so these must be taken with a grain of salt or two).

$1600 pair, sort of sounds too good to be true.

I am always looking for amps that:
1) Sound great and image well
2) Run cool
3) Don't take up much space
4) Don't break my back
5) Don't break the bank

Could my train finally have come into the station?
Right now I am using a CJ MV-60 with Gallo Ref 3's and am wanting to find out what else these amazing speakers can do with more power behind them, not that I am complaining, I'm not.

TweakGeek has the NuForce available for demo, but I'm way down in the queue. Can anyone help to satisfy my curiosity and let me know a little more about the sonics?

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Yes, Tvad,

Actually, I was. Volex it is.

Thank you for posting the Volex source as well. I am sure many will appreciate how, with one click, they also can be transported to the source of the much loved $5 powercords.

Thank you, for your e-ternal vigilance.

listening and learning,
Earthpulse, I'd be very interested in hearing your assessment of the Nuforce's musicality (harmonic nuance, richness, naturalness etc), in comparison to your CJ MV60 amp. Thanks in advance.
Still evaluating, Adamay,

I'll let you know more as I form more lasting impressions.
I just want to mention that you should try Pro-golding(is that a word?) the Volex power cord. I did(with the nuforce ref 8b), and it made a big difference. I didn't do it very well, but I used the 100%.