I auditioned the SeymourAV amps instead of the Wyred amps. The SeymourAV won out because:
1) Looks a heck of a lot better (subjective, since most people seems to like the Wyred look - I hate it).
2) 10 year warranty with SeymourAV
They use the same ICE modules. I'm not convinced that the mods from Wyred produce audible differences, despite what some people claim. Yes I'd have to listen for myself to know for sure, but since I hate the looks, there didn't seem to be any point.
As an aside, I have a CI Audio VDA-1 and another with Modwright mods. Despite all the hype about the difference, I could not hear a single difference between them. That's one of many reasons why I'm skeptical of any hype regarding "mods".
Long story short (too late, I know, lol), I returned the SeymourAV and am now a happy owner of a Spectron Musician III SE Mk2.
The SeymourAV amps are excellent amps for the money. There was just a subtle veil at the high end that bothered me. Most people probably wouldn't notice it, and several people have told me it's a common problem with the ICE modules. I didn't notice it with the Spectron, which is why I'm keeping it.
If I was looking for amps for HT, I'd go with SeymourAV. The high freq veil really doesn't matter for HT (you'd never notice it). In fact, I'm waiting for their multi-channel amp to finish out my HT system.