Hey guys- I've looked into about a dozen or so speaker cabs over the past week, and have also looked into the back of my own speaker cabs. I've noticed that the thickness of the wires used to wire speakers together has varied in thickness from cab to cab. For example I've got a white Marshall anniversary cab with reissue greenbacks in there (that are about to be replaced) and the wiring is this super thin dental floss-like stuff. Looks pretty flimsy. I have a Tony Bruno 2x12 with blues in it, and the the wire used to wire the speakers is so thick you have a hard time bending it. Now following the whole "quality of the guitar cable" and "quality of the speaker cable" (from head to cab) theories we see on the forum, and are somewhat proven through the use of Goerge L's, monster cable, two rock crystal clears, etc., wouldn't it be just as important for the speaker wiring to be taken into consideration when looking for the best tone? What is the best kind of wire to use? is there a specific brand name? material like silver or copper? Suggestions?