I have a unique opportunity. During my divorce, I let my ex have all the furnishings. So I have nothing. I get to start with a blank slate. I'd like a fairly nice home listening system. My listening library is 100% lossless digital. HiRes if it's available. But always the best mastered version I can find. Previously, I used my home recording studio as my primary listening environment. But I sold off my studio gear last year. So I need some sort of digital front end, enough clean power, and some really great (to the extent I can afford them) speakers. For reference, my favorite (non-studio monitor) speakers I've owned was a pair of Mission 2-ways. I paired those with a Yamaha sub. But this was 30+ years ago. I'm sure a lot has changed. As far as speakers go, I look for lots of warm detail, great soundstage. Nice frequency extensions at both ends. But musical. I'd rather not have gobs of bass fogging up the low mids. Revealing, but can also handle less than perfect source decently well (the Missions were crazy good at that for the time). Budget? $1K easy; $2K probably. Upwards of that, a piece of gear would really have to call my name. $5K probably a realistic drop dead upper limit. Thoughts? Suggestions?