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Totem Model 1 w/ NAD c340 amp?
As far as I am concerned, I have a friend who owns the same speaker you're planing on buying. From his experience, the M1's are a very fussy speaker and needs a good amp to drive them properly before sounding good. These speakers are not very effi... 
should I biwire???
Definitely with the PSB speakers. I have lots of experience with PSB silvers and the Gold i's. They like to be bi-wired. You will notice an explosion of detail. I used 2 runs of Kimber 8TC's which is true bi-wire...Amazing. You can use either term... 
Speaker Recommendation
Between Maggies and the Hales, I would pick the Hales. It all depends on what you prefer or look for most in the sound. Thd Hales will give you a more balanced sound reminicent of the real performance. Maggies on the other hand are very transparen... 
hales,dunlavy,legacy,dynaudio,Etc.HELP
Definitely the Dunlavy. I own a pair of SC-4 latest edition pre 4A. These speakers are absolutely fabulous. I have auditioned B&W N801, N802, Hales T5 and T8, Wilson Watt Puppy 6.0 with much better equipment than mine. No doubt I like them all... 
Paradigm Studio or PSB Stratus?
PSB by far! I have owned the PSB silvers then the Goldi's. These speakers are nothing short of awsome and will recommend them wholeheartedly to anyone who are interested. These speakers are very accurate and uncoloured. Imaging, soundstage, bass a... 
Dunlavy SC-IV v B&W Nautilus 802's
I would personally pick the SC-IV over the N802. DAL are amp friendly while the N802 are power hungry and need to playde very loud. I heard the N801 and 802 powered w/ Levinson stuff and when played at moderate levels, the soundstage collapsedl li...