Dependin on how much boxes you are running....that amplifier setup looks like its way on the low side of the power curve for those boxes.....

Lets say u have a 4 box stereo setup; and we'll use the QSC RMX series for the amplifier units...

TRX-153 comprimises of:

LOW-600 watts at 8 ohms

Mids-200 watts at 16 ohms

High- 80 watts 16 ohms

The proper amplifiers goes as follows:

LOWS- QSC RMX2450 ran in stereo, giving 750 watts into 4 ohms each channel which is still underpowering; so what i would do is run two RMX 1450s in brige mono which then give 1400 watts into 4 ohms which gives me 200 watts of extra headroom to play with. The speakers are still rated up to 1200 watts a peice so your barely scratching the surface.

MIDS- QSC RMX 1450 ran in stereo 8 ohms each channel.

HIGHS- QSC RMX 850 ran in stereo 8 ohms each channel.

I used RMX based on what i though u might want to use, which was also based on your list. You can better power these boxes with Carvin amps which are rated for them or more powerful amps such as the ones i use (macrotechs)or QSC PLX series.