Benchmark AHB2 amplifier - what to expect?

My current amplifier, driven by Benchmark DAC3 HGC, is Rowland model 102.  It is basically couple of Icepower 200ASC modules packed into resonance free heavy case, with additional input differential amp THAT1200.  These modules were used in many small class D amps, including Bel Canto S300 and M300.  I feel that Benchmark AHB2 might be a good choice for few reasons:

- It matches my Benchmark DAC3 (electrically and physically) 
- It has neutral sound, that I like, with very low noise floor (according to reviews)
- It could possibly extend trebles a little more  (trebles are slightly veiled now).

My speakers are Hyperion Sound HPS-938, (a giant killer), but not too many people are familiar with them since company went bankrupt few years ago.  They tend to sound warm (soft dome tweeter), with wonderful midrange.

I'm looking for anyone familiar with AHB2 and class D amps.  I found favorable review of AHB2 vs NAD M22, but it might not apply to my situation since M22 is based on different modules (Hypex).  My birthday is coming in a month and I could buy myself a present.  I will be grateful for any comments.

A21 = $2,500

2 AHB2 to equal power of A21 = $6,000

Several posters wanting two for enough power

Not everyone's choice in amps in $6K range
Since my speakers are 101 db efficient and my current 80 watt amp will run you out of the room, I'm probably good with a single unit. However, I always wanted monoblocks.
Hi jetter,

Yes I agree of your assessment of price comparison between one A21 and 2 AHB2.

What I didn’t made clear in my earlier post was, since AHB2 can run distortion free till the last watt (100 watt), it can go very loud. I am upgrading because I want more of this goodness, but there is no real push for me to upgrade to monos.

AHB2 is all quality watts, right from .1W to 100W. For me, it is the end of search for a perfect system.
I'm now on the email list when the amps get back in stock. I guess if you had one and decided to move on to something else, now would be the time to list it
"Thank you for your patience. We are now accepting orders for the AHB2 power amp. Shipping will begin the first week of May." :-)