Amp for Wilson Watt Puppy 7

Looking to owners of WP7's out there for opinions on which amp to purchase for these fabulous transducers. Open to any and all takes. Is in the context of home theater and music around 50/50. I'd like to be able to take advantage of their ability to do 3D imaging, so tubes are in strong consideration. ARC and VTL seem to be high powered which they may like. Also, anyone with BAT 6200's , Plinius or Theta other powerful but delicate amps running? Also, can SET's or low powered tubes do the job??? There's a tasty LAMM ML1 available now ;>)

Let it rip...
I own WP7's and have been enjoying them immensely with Ayre K1-x pre/phono and the Ayre V5 125w SS amp. I have them in a 18 x 15' room. this combo (with Goldmund 18d uni player or my SME 30/2a + helikon as sources) is just amazingly lifelike, dynamic and delicate while also having a nice punch. I also own a krell FPB 300cx, a marantz 8b ( re-issue) and some jadis defy 7 monos and will spend time with those on the wilsons shortly to see what else plays well w/them. i heard these and dumped my Sonus Faber Amati Homages for them. those speakers - loved them - these ? love their all-around abilities ( can rock/jazz w/o breaking a sweat - where the amatis would start to get lost in the music).. they remind me of the best of my old Aerial 10t's mixed with the speed of Martin Logans.. i know, you weren't asking that but i'm listening to a mofi disk right ('girl from ipanema') now and just loving it ( and it's sunny outside !) - Kevin
My room is overall 40x50 and fairly choppy, i.e. not symetrical in nature and smaller than that in the listening area. There is a pool table now in the optimal spot for listening, so unfortunately, I either have to shoot out of one corner into the room, or carve out a piece of the room and shoot into the short side, which would work better for room aesthetics.

This is why I'm not sure lower powered tubes would work. The room is quite large. I do have very pleasant recollections of Lamm ML2's running Martin Logan Statements, and have to say that the Peter Gabriel live CD that was playing was at low volume but very, very believable, natural and much like he and his band sounds live. I'm also very curious about the BAT VK 60/75 and how it gels with W/P 7. Anyone hear this combo at one of the recent shows (CES?).

Bryans, Atma-Sphere amps were my very first thought, as they can sound awesome, and I can imagine quite synergistic with the Wilsons but after owning another OTL, and discussing with those manufacturers, the 4 Ohm impedance may (possibly)be limiting how the low end reproduction and dynamic range behave was my overall impression (?)

Kevin, Ayre is an amp I'm interested in checking out, possibly their new x? surround amp. There was a nice review in TPV on it and sounded like a winner, if a little expensive and restrained on high end openness. The other amp was the BAT 6200 and Plinius Odeon multichannels. All supposed to be somehwhat tubelike and refined.

Bigkidz, do you have the email address?

The Music Reference RM-200 provides a unique combination of overall liquidity, clarity, dynamism and frequency extension. I have auditioned these speakers with a bevy of amplifiers (e.g. Spectral, Levinson, Halcro, Hovland, Jadis, Audio Research, VTL, Krell, Rogue, Pass, Berning, Llano and BAT), but prefer the RM-200. Secondarily, but notably, it is built like a tank, and is a fabulous bargain.