I have some propositions on that topic.

Current drive with voltage driven amps can be realized with the "simple resistor method" as described by Esa Merilainen (website current drive info).

Nelson Pass tested this method with higher value resistors like 50 ohms. Merilainen describes first benefits putting a resistor with the same R like the driver 4 / 8 ohms in line with it.

Many voltage driven amps work with an impedance like 3 to 4 ohms giving most wattage.

A loudspeaker - for example a fullrange driver should have 1- 2 ohms voice coil resistance so that 2-3 ohms added push the amp into "beginning" current drive.

Putting several drivers parallel as a line driver would do the same concerning impedance but not everyone wants a line driver array.

Voltage driven amps with the simple resistor method can be a choice with loudspeakers having a Faraday / copper ring on the pole piece which brings distortion already down. Adding a resistor in line makes the sound better - very close to real CFA (current feedback amplifiers) amplifiers what I found out in a listening test.

Often Multi way speakers have resistances in line with tweeters and midrange drivers. That is the reason why many do not feel the need to try out current feedback amplifiers.

CFA amps would profit from special loudspeakers which have a lower mechanical Q. As the bass resonance is less controlled in this type of amps.

However all my tests with basic current feedback amps did not show any necessity for taming the resonance.