I was too tired to answer everything last the last time.
Anyhow, here's the rest:
Would either speakers handle having the ohms go down to 4 or even 2, would this underpower them, in a nutshell, how does this affect them if at all?
No, actually 2 ohms means more current going through the wires. That's why you need to setup the amp to go as low as 2 ohms to match total impedance of speakers because more speakers are sharing its energy.
Finally... does it matter how I chain em together? like what one goes first? =P
When you parallel, each speaker connects the same way, so it does not really matter. However, it's always better to create a terminal distribution unit (like a junction box) and connect each speaker with it's own wire. If you daisy chain, there might be a chance that the last speaker will not have enough juice and troubleshooting is also harder.