SWEET!! Congrats on the Sevens, Jeromey; you're going to love'em!
That's a great pic of them, by the way.
I would try to get some decent used separates to drive them. "High Current" amps (amps that come close to doubling power when impedances drop in half) do wonders for the Sevens. I'm driving mine with a Classe' SSP-75 pre/pro and a Carver Lightstar Reference amp and I couldn't be happier.
dtrobison, I would check the "light-bulb" fuse to make sure it's not blown; the tweeter might be OK. If it's the fuse, you can jump it with a wire. Those light-bulb fuses can burn out over time and as long as you play the speakers within their limit (before they audibly distort), you really don't need them. The only thing is; if it is the fuse and you jump it, you must jump the fuse in the other speaker as well because the treble level will be bumped up just a tad (you should also hear a touch more detail from the removal of these fuses).