Tired wiating - good Bryston/what else to get?

I am really tired to wait for a good occasion for a nice Bryston amp..
I was looking for a used 4B or an almost new 2B LP amp..
But everytime i look for some, none show or the deals go off :(

SO i need to know what else could i get that gives a lot of bang for the bucks!!

What i am looking for: crisp, details clear...
an amplifier that doesn't alter the sound but simply amplifies it ( as amplifier suggests :p )

Wich model/brand should i be looking for ?
I really have a dig for Canadian products ( home sweet home ) but i am open to any sugestion!
Please take into account that my budget is reallly low now unfortunatly :(

here is my current setup :

Digital sources ->
Waveterminal 192 ( 24bit 192KHZ dac that rux )->
????missing link amplifier ????? ->
Mirage OM-9 speakers + ( soon )Mirage BPS 150i sub

thanks :)
Bryston's rolling their line again (ST to SST), you should see churn in the used market. I've noticed more well-priced 4B-ST's than usual in the last 2 months.
Thanks all for the NICE NICE inputs :)

i will look at ALLLL the options :)

Classe would be nice i think .. from Montreal :)
but i'm not sure about the Classe with the Mirage..never heard that combination :p

Sim audio is really cool but isn't it always out of price?

ahah canada rulez :p

i'm gonna check all the rest of the sugestions, to see what could fit me best :)

I sure would love to have a dual mono block setup to run the speakers with only 1 foot of wires :)
but the only amps that would do this without too much $$ are the Bryston 2B 2 times briged to mono ( 200W + )
anything else that would be good for monos ?

thanks again for your time!
By the way, i do not want to use a preamp as my sound card already serves taht purpose, and then, my point is to remove as many components as possible!

and run shortest wires possible too :p

Jin that is planning custom DIY pure silver teflon coated multiple strands speaker wires, and DIY interconnects using high quality RCA crimp style with high quality coaxial RG6 pure copper cables :)
Soundcard? As in this is a PC setup? In that case I would just buy a $200 Adcom 545, you'll be set, likely never hear any difference between the Adcom and a 10x more expensive amp.
try and find used b&k 202 nd have it modified by musical concepts, for under $500 probably closer to 400 you cn have very powerful smooth-sounding amp that should drive anything reasonable