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Whatever you decide, I would buy rims that dont require spacers. Just buy the right offset and your good. Here are the recommended offset from "TAG Motorsports" who have done numorous Audi builds. Look at their site, they know wtf they are doing when it comes to Audi. Here is the offset and size, and this is exactly what I bought (twice, 2 different A5's).
20”x10.5 +30 OFFSET
This gives a nice flush line between the rims and the car body without sticking out or leaving room in the wheel well. It also gives clearance to ensure you have full turn without rubbing.
The tire size is then up to you, whether or not you go with 275/30/20 (I did), or with 285/30/20. The 275 is more low-profile, but you sacrifice the ride comfort a bit. The next tires I get will be 285/30/20.
Again, look at TAG motorsports and they have Audi's with various tires and see what you like for yourself.