Thanks for the support everyone, it is appreciated!
I'd agree the disagreement here is mostly semantic, it's difficult to use language to describe things we haven't fully defined and measured. As far as what I understand the terms to mean, everyone is correct.
I have 2 speakers with Omega drivers including my own and the Pioneer S-1EX, which use the same drivers as the TAD Evolution towers in a more economical cabinet. So, that's what I use to test cables.
I do go for neutrality but aspects of that nebulous term are system dependent, and others really are not...
Resolution remains the same system to system. Tone does not. In general, the better the resolution the closer to neutral you are in terms of tone, but sometimes resolution comes with unpleasant side effects in either the cable or what it reveals which people seem to describe as "HiFi" or "too much detail". However, these terms are wrong, HiFi is good, that's the entire goal of this hobby and there is no such thing as too much detail. In any case, the capabilities of a cable to resolve detail doesn't really vary from system to system but tone does, and every cable maker has to decide how to handle this issue. This is where a test system is going to make a difference and where all cables are "voiced" to a degree. However, the overall goal of tonal voicing can be to either color things to achieve the designer's personal preference or it can be to achieve a tone that is considered correct, natural and what you'd expect to hear IRL. My goals are the latter, but the truth is it's impossible to achieve in every system with the exact same cable. This is why I offer a D5 level IC cable, it's both more expensive AND less resolving vs the D4, but it's warmer, and achieves this warmth using gold rather than copper, so it's more expensive but more resolving vs copper.
Finally, a system with a SET amp and paper drivers like most Omega systems is naturally warm and allows the use of very resolving cables rather than cables that are voiced warmer to achieve proper tone. Also warm is easy and cheap, that is the compromise I make when going down the line from the D4 IC cable, the D3 is warmer and less resolving but costs much less. This also tracks with the natural requirements of less expensive systems, D4s are fairly ruthless in revealing detail and unless you have a high end system you may not want this.
And for the OP, I'd go with the Omega Supra Cables, my SL 17g UPOCC copper cables, or my SMSG 20g OCC silver/gold alloy cables depending on budget. IC cables are a bit more critical and overall less expensive so I'd favor IC cables a bit over SCs in your budget.