The T2 and the Blue Hawaii are the best you can get and for good reason. They cost a lot to build (the T2 quite a bit more thane any BH) but the money is well spent. Stable PSU and enough current reserve to never leave the headphones wanting. A KGSSHV run at full tilt would also qualify here.
One step further down the ladder would be the current version of the ESX with a CCS loaded output stage. The amp with just the old plate resistors is very good but running the tubes properly would make a world of difference. A normal KGSSHV and to a lesser extent the old KGSS also belong here. It's too early really but the KGST (think of it as a Stax SRM-007t made with no cost or retail considerations) also belongs here.
Further down you have the Stax anps, 717 and the modified SRM-727. This is what I'd say was the base line for the SR-007. Great amps but limited in some ways with the 727 being superior.
I for one think the WES is in no way a high end Stax amp. It is highly priced but the performance is sorely lacking and I for one would take a GES over it. Even before I heard it I knew that it had major issues and it just makes the SR-007 sound bland and uninvolving. Something they really aren't...
As for the A-10, it is typical RSA affair. Badly designed crap but as a special bonus it is down right dangerous. Parts driven way past their limits and it makes the Single Power ES-1/2's issues look small. With the ES amps you have a good circuit made inferior by stupid decisions and not understanding how the amp works. With the A-10 you have a terrible circuit to begin with (SRPP should only be used as a driver circuit, not output and lets not discuss that "preamp" travesty) and on top of that you have truly shocking lack of proper engineering. In terms of the specs the Stax SRM-300 is superior in every way and it costs about 700$.