I understand exactly what you are saying. Had silver speaker wire and silver wired speakers, went back to Lexus for awhile and then back to silver again. I really missed the LF energy that I always lost when leaving Lexus. There was always a "warmth" factor that Lexus seemed to deliver a bit more than Spe or Spx. I have never dabbled in Sogon speaker wire or Sogon wired speakers. Ultimately for my taste and what works in my listening room I have chosen to go all Sogon interconnects including digital cable. Vinyl front end is IO Gold, silver litz tonearm cable and Sogon wired tonearm and S8 step up with Sogon to the preamp, making the entire analog chain silver. I even have Sogon jumpers going from Conquests silver sigs to the outboard crossovers. I wired the Conquests with Sogon signal cable going from the board to the outputs. So all Sogon all the way to the inputs of the cossovers of my AN-E HE LX Signatures. Then from there it is obviously single runs of Lexus going to the positive and negative poles of the drivers. The internals of the outboard crossovers are wired with Lexus too. I have found that this combination gives me some of the resolution and tonal balance of going silver all the way to the drivers, but gives me much more warmth and LF presence than silver all the way. I am sure if I had AN-E Sogons that I would likely never go back to Lexus. I am pretty sure the E Sogons cost a bit more than my entire system as it is now, combined. But I can say I like what I have now. I also have not tried a signature version using all Spx wire. That might be a revelation too. I have tried the Spe sigs in my current system and I can say I like the Lexus sigs more. Obviously this experience is based on my room and personal tastes. Results will vary.