Decisions on standmounts: ATC, Dynaudio, ProAc, Sonus Faber

I’m considering the following speakers models:
Dynaudio Contour S1.4
ProAc Tablette 10 Signature
Sonus Faber Sonetto II

Currently I’m listening to a pair of Wharfedale Denton 80th Anniversarry, everything so musical and well done with this speakers, it sound sweet smooth engaging if powerd by a Class D Audio SDS-470C with upgraded power supply, it sound near to neutral with very accurate dimensional Hi-Fi details if powerd by an NAD M22 v2 power amp. Having said that, I would like to have another set of speakers to play with, most probably I would something that sound balanced from top to bottom, while not too clinical analytical or too lush warm sounding to begin with. For critical listening, usually I’m using the Sennheiser HD 600, source signal from Fostex HP-A3 DAC/preamp. I will save a FLAC file if i like/love a track, then I will also convert it to mp3 vbr0 as another copy for car playback.

@ kenjit

if the recording is "pleasing" then it's fine. But I don't want the speakers (or anything else in the chain) to "please" it for me. So I go for accurate speakers/monitors capable of producing loud levels at low distortion with high resolution and dynamics. For me ATC, Westlake and more recently Quested fulfills that. There are many more of course. When the recording is fine they give me the best of sound. Real music is not always pleasing. It can be really hard and brutal :-)

The Quested monitor (passive) H108 together with a pair of REL T Zero subs I can recommend any day to someone that wants a beautiful sounding (but not too small...) desk top system. Driven by a PW AMP.
OK, let me suggest an easy one: try comparing the Sonetto with the ATC 20s, failing that the ATC 19s.
The 20s are better than the 19s, but both are very dynamic, engaging, and neutral---overal, very pleasant to listen to.If you listen to classical, you should consider getting a separate subwoofer for low frequency extension.
@gregm  Judging from the 2nd hand sale posts here at Malaysia, obviously ATC is not a speakers I can play, first need very proper gear match, and it seem most do not, second the sound can be a bit revealing judging from most impressions stated, after many speakers trying, neutral is not the sound I want to play with, at least not someone who appreciate old school music or some high noise recordings, I need a speakers that can tune down those noise signals frequency. Sonetto I turns out not my cup of tea, as net as detailed as clear as it get, it's not engaging and musical enough to listen to, finding gears to bring out that is usually not my path. I hope Spendor Classic line will not disappoint, who knows?
I think I understand. I listen to (noisy) vintage recordings from time to time; speaker designs like the ATC are very good at helping me enjoy the performance because they are good at separating the music from the noise. The Spendors provide a bigger sound than your present speakers, and I believe you will find it similar if more engaging. Good luck!