I thought I would start a new thread for the reviews of the speaker cables as they make their way around. I received the cables from Omer last Monday. He calls them the Cancer Fighter cables as some of the proceeds from their sale will be donated to cancer research in honor of his own victorious fight against the dread disease. Thanks Omer, we all support your efforts. When they arrived, being the impatient kind of guy that I am, I hooked them up and gave a listen. They sounded good but were a little closed in. Sound stage was not as full as I was use to but I figured a little break in would do them good. I took them off my system and hooked them up in the garage and played a cd on repeat for a couple of days. I re-installed them in my system and wow, what a difference. Sound stage was very broad and deep. tonality was even and smooth. As I listened over the next couple of days, I could tell they were settling in even more. Last weekend I didn't get to listen much because of some time commitments but the first couple of evenings this week, I sat down and did some serious listening. My initial impressions after a little break in were right on. Bass was full and deep but not boomy, midrange was excellent, high's were nice but didn't have quite the air that my silver coated DH Labs have. Regardless, they were still well balanced with the mids and lows. I wouldn't hesitate for a moment to recommend them to someone looking for a high quality, reasonably priced speaker cable. The quality of construction is excellent and the are a nice looking product. The are also fairly flexible for a solid core product which is always good. My system consist of a Thorens TD-160 with an SME M2-9 tonearm, Soundsmith Aida Cartridge, BAT VK-P5 phono stage, VK-3i line stage and VK-200 power amp driving Yamaha NS-1000m speakers. My cables are Morrow PH-3 phono cable, Neotech NEI-3002 Balanced interconnect, DH-Labs BL-1 balanced interconnect and a double run of DH-Labs T-14 speaker cable. Music used for evaluation was Rickie Lee Jones, "Girl at Her Volcano", Dire Straits "On Every Street", Joni Mitchell, "Blue", Hall & Oates, "Abandoned Luncheonette" and Steely Dan, "Gaucho" They are off to @MikeT for a listen, you should be getting them via Fedex soon Mike. Enjoy!