Question for those who use REL subs with Wilson speakers

Question for those of you who have experience using REL subs with Wilson Audio speakers:

I have Wilson Sasha 1s with a pair of S/812s. Love the sound. Before getting the subs, I had considered possibly upgrading in the Wilson line eventually (I had Sophia’s before). However, now I am wondering if it may be more effective in terms of overall sonic improvement to perhaps add a second pair of S/812s or even eventually having 2 stacks of 3 with my Sashas. I am very happy with the sound I have now, so I do not feel like I have to change anything at all; but I am intrigued by this question. Thanks in advance for your opinions.

Sorry, can't offer any opinion, just a couple of comments.
Do you use corner bass traps? If not, you might get more effectiveness with them.
Have you tried stacking the 2 subs that you already have to get a sense of what it might sound like having them stacked? Try doing to both sides of the room.
Just curious how big your room is, and what amp your using. How are you connecting the subs (amp-speaker cables, xover, preamp).
Hi golfnutz, thanks for the questions and suggestions. I have not tried stacking the subs.  My room is a boy 15x 20. However there are 2 doorway sized openings in the corners of the right side and one on the left wall about 3/4 of the way toward the wall behind listening seat. I use Stillpoints Apertures. Concrete floor with carpet and pad. Using Musical Fidelity Nuvista 800 amp, connecting RELs via Bassline Blue cables to amp speaker binding posts as recommended by REL. I consulted extensively with their customer support techs during setup and tuning.
Website says the Apertures go down to 40HZ. I would be inclined to think bass traps in the corners would be more effective. Maybe talk to REL and see what they suggest (they could tell you adding more subs will overload the room, or could be of no benefit). Might want to consult with one of the acoustic companies about bass traps to see if they can offer any advise.
Anyway, good luck, sounds like you have a really nice system.