I can give you the examples that I use but they are expensive. The Stax 007t is worthless. I used the Woo Audio GES for over a year, and they don't scream, "heaven on earth". The only amps that have really made the Jades shine, were the Woo WES ($5K without mods), the RSA A-10 ($5500).
The Aristaeus (expensive and have to be bought used), and the GES ($5500 without mods), and the Blue Hawaii ($6K).
What I did was buy a diy Blue Hawaii SE from a friend, for around $3K, and I am in hog heaven. It was built to Dr. Gilmore's exact specs, with some nice add on features (2 umbilicals...one for AC and one for DC), a circuit that would not turn on the P/S without it being connected to the amp, and a couple of others, like the option of both SE and balanced inputs, and so on.
I had the P/S built in a chassis that was the same exact size as the amp so I could stack them (unlike the original design). Justin's cases are some of the most handsome cases that I've ever seen and wish that I had $6K, But I had the chassis's powdercoated in blue (afterall, it is a Blue Hawaii), and they came out really nice looking, bur Justin's are still the best.
Using an amp that's not worthy of the Jade's potential is like washing your feet with your socks on.
So buy used, or find someone willing to make one for you at just the cost of the materials, that does it for the love of the build. Otherwise, shell out the cash and buy Justin's. You won't be sorry. I find that Justin's BHSE is superior to the WES and A-10. I had a mini-meet over my house and everyone agreed.
I know that I've posted it before, but here's mine:
Here's a picture of the beautiful Sapphire midnight blue cases when it was dipped at a shop that specialized in motorcycle parts re-finishing: