Which MIT cables for Thiel???

Reading many different threads over time I continue to see MIT cables mentioned a the "perferred" Thiel cable. I am still building a system and would rather use the members expertise than to shoot in the dark. My current system is Bryston B60 integrated w/ Thiel CS1.5's. Wire is Transparent the Wave 100. Still looking for a CDP, digital wire is Transparent the Link 100. Should I MIT both wires or just speakers? Need approx. 8' speaker wire, looking used $5-800. Which wire, there are so many different? Would like to warm system a little. Advice appreciated. ps, considering Cary Audio CD303/200 for CDP.
I would consider the Analysis Plus OVal -9 and Oval -I interconnect. thats what i use with my 1.5's and Jolida 1501RC. Most "transparent' cable s i've used. Available for sale too as I am upgrading the Thiels.

I also have the Thiel 1.5's and am using the Analysis Plus
Oval 12 with great satisfaction! Incredibly clear sound and
not at all "bright" as Thiel's are frequently accused of
I use to own the 1.5's. I cabled them with MIT 330 interconnects and MIT 750 shotgun speaker cables. If you can swing the investment I think you'll be happy. Ultimately I would go with 330 shotgun interconnects to match the speaker cables perfect. I also used an MIT reference digital cable. These cables work great with Thiel speakers. The trick is to find them for at least 50% off retail. They can be had for even less if you play your cards right.
I'd suggest that you try Goertz cabling, which Thiel has used.
MIT cables will work wonders with your Thiels. I used the 330 proline shotgun and imp matched along with 770's with Thiel 2 2's and 5i's.
I was using 330 shotguns and auditioned some kimber ss and kcag and with my system it really opened up, more clarity, detail, and transparancy. I am now using kcag and kctg with MIT 750+ S3 with Thiel 3.6's and the result is the best I've had and I've had this system several years. The MIT's fill up the soundstage and give the Thiels a presence and weight I haven't gotton with other cables, the transparancy of the kimbers and 3 diminisionality of the MIT's are a great combination in my system. There are no shortcuts unfortunately, trial and error is the only way to ever really be satisfied.
I'm using MH-750 HE (High Enery) speaker wire to the Thiel 1.5s, MI-330 Series 2 from the pre to the amp, and MI-330 Plus from the CDP to the pre. Total cost for the cable was $490 used. You're also missing half the sound staging capability of the Thiels without Sound Anchors stands ($325 shipped). The results are detail, transparency, and awesome sound stage. I would spring for the higher end 330/750 combos if you can but not at the expense of the stands. You will want a musical CDP. The Cary 303 should be great from what I hear. leo.
Isn't MIT just a stupid Zobel network in the box. All it does is attempt to smooth out the impedence curve to make the amps job a little easier. And you can build one for quite cheap.
I tried complete MIT with 2.3's. Analysis Plus were much better. My wife even heard the difference.
I love my Harmonic Tech Pro 9's with my Thiel 2.3's and I have HT Pro-Silways II between pre-amp and amp. Very well balanced sound. Retail $898 for 8ft pair w/spades. You can get them for less right here on Audiogon

Best of Luck
NBS Monitor series cabling is another excelent match for Thiel speakers.