I am looking to build myself a nice entry level audiophile type stereo for my home. My goal is more of a warm detailed sound with with good dynamics/sound stage. I mainly listen to 60/70s rock/pop as well as modern indie, alt country, etc. Some electronic-ish stuff. Not a lot of real heavy rock, metal, rap, hip hop. Some 90s alternative though which is fun to crank up. I will probably stream a lot put plan on investing in a turntable and start collecting vinyl. I want the ability to power these with a tube amp, or the Rogue Audio Sphinx. My room is medium size, expands to a kitchen and dining rooms, wood floors (living room will be getting a rug), 9' ceilings. I want something I can sit and listen to all day in the house, with company, making dinner, or just listening. Something with a wide sweet spot would be better. I was initially looking at getting something like the Klipsch Hersey or a used set of Cornwalls. I went down a rabbit hole on the forums and discovered the Tekron product. Looks very impressive on paper and I believe it will suit my needs a bit better than the Klipsch (though I really like the bluetooth speaker "the 3" I have from them and the vintage look of their products). Also I really like the idea of buying from a small American company who is obviously very passionate about what they do. I am thinking I want to budget about 2k on speakers. There are several models in this range such as: pendragon, impact, perfect set, enzo 2.7, enzo xl. I am just looking for a bit of guidance based on my wants. If these need to be in a corner I need to be under 50", 54" max. If I can move them in a big height is not an issue. I have windows in the corner of may walls. I prefer the short fat look of the Perfect Set, but want to focus more on sound than looks. Or is it worth it to spring for the Double Impact? I can find a lot of reviews on the Pendragon and DIs but nothing on the Perfect Set. I had sent a few email in to Eric, but haven't heard back, imagine he is busy.