So after months of reading websites and forums about whether bi-wiring is or isn't worth it, things are more confusing than to start with. I'm sure I'm not BY FAR the only poor soul that went down the rabbit hole and spent hours on forums and threads and read through hundreds of posts and articles and came out empty handed. However, in my searches, I have only come across 1 (ONE) article about bi-wiring that included some hard(ish) scientific proof and/or measurements regarding it's advantages or disadvantages (in this case it's a case FOR bi-wiring), and it's this one: Bi-wiring Speakers: An exploration of the benefits - If you check it out, it's an interesting read, and there are actual measurements about intermodulation distortion and how it is with vs without bi-wiring. Now, the flip side is that Q-Acoustics is actually the same company as QED (cable manufacturers), so I take it with a grain of salt (plus i'm no electrical engineer). But many some of you there are more versed in electrical engineering, measurements, and whatever intermodulation distortion is. And in that case - take a look at the article and measurements - . What do you think? Are they lying, distorting, making up things? Is intermodulation distortion a thing and does it really make an audible difference, etc?