I was going to post here last night but ran out of time.... I wake up this morning and Fried has already beat me to it. I was going to point out that the output impedance of the V200 (and all Violectric amps it seems) is extremely low, as in way less than 1 Ohm. But now that the actual designer has stated it is .06 Ohms we have the definitive answer. I'd say an update on the original post is probably in order.
ZX -- well done review, it echoes many of my own thoughts on the subject. WarriorAnt already linked to my review from last year so people can see my take - I personally don't seem to have as much of an issue with the soundstage presentation. It's not the most expansive I've ever heard, and I use my tube amp for that if I want to achieve it. But it is certainly not "bad" by any stretch. I guess we all have different priorities for the various attributes of an amp so that may be higher up on your list.
I didn't care for the Phonitor/Auditor sound as much as you did - it was pretty nice with my higher impedance beyers and Sennheisers, but fell flat with my Grados, Audio Technicas, Denons, Ultrasones, Kenwoods, and all my IEMs. If I could pair the interesting tone controls from the Phonitor with the versatility and power of the V200, that is something I'd be intrigued by.