At the moment, my amplifier is slowly dying. If it does, eventually, kick the bucket, I'll be back on my NAD C326 again, which is a fine enough amplifier but not really ideal because its a downgrade from what I have. I know I can't get the current amp repaired, and have asked in here before for good options RE: Replacing it. At present, I've been mostly saving towards the XTZ A100 D3, primarily for its Class A capability, which matches my previous Class A amplifier. However I'm currently in a position to be able to get very good deals on either a Cyrus A6, or Roksan Kandy K2, both for a couple hundred less than the XTZ. Is it worth saving for the XTZ in the end, or will I get equal performance from the other options? Are there any clear characteristics on any of these amps? I know the XTZ is neutral overall, possibly SLIGHTLY forward in character, but I don't know about the Cyrus or Roksan.