Howdy all. I am really enjoying my new Klipsch Cornwall I's and I want to investigate a tube amp to pair with them (since everyone says that big Klipsch love tubes!). I am not that familiar with tube amplification, but I know what I like about the inexpensive miniwatt tube amp that I have - a smooth, "holographic" quality that seems more real and "live". I would love to get that sound out of my Cornwalls, but without sacrificing weight or bass "slam" I get with my solid-state amps, which I know is sometimes a weakness of all-tube amplification. I listen to a lot of large orchestral music, so weight and depth to the sound is very important to me. I am mostly indifferent to receivers vs integrateds vs receivers. One very well regarded series of tube amplifiers seems to be the old Fisher receivers, which also has a nice "furniture" look when in a wood case. Here is my question: would buying a Fisher 400/500 series for $400-$600 and then having it restored (so total would be over $1000) be the most ideal option to get started on the path of tubes for my Cornwalls, given my sound goals? I'd like to spend less if I could. Or are there other tube amps that would be better at that price point? I have found options for both a 400 and a 500C at this point... If it makes a difference, I live in the Chicago area, so would have access to techs in the suburbs or the city. Thank you for your help!